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Nicole Perez has been promoted to the position of Executive Assistant to the City Manager. After an extensive search, Perez was selected from more than 100 internal and external applicants to serve in this capacity. This is a vital position for the City of Cibolo to help the business process in the City Manager’s Office and the citizens' interaction with our administration.
Perez was previously serving as Executive Assistant for Public Works and Capital Projects for the City of Cibolo. She has been with the City of Cibolo for 2 years and continuously works to diversify her skill set. She has been working with the new City Manager in the leadership transition for Cibolo to ensure continuity of services.
"I am excited to have this opportunity to expand my role here in the City of Cibolo. I have called the City of Cibolo home for the last 14 years and am excited to benefit my community,” stated Perez. “The opportunity to be a part of our leadership’s vision for the City is one that I am very honored to accept.”
Perez will continue to assist the City Manager in all aspects of daily operations. This includes, but is not limited to, financial statements, interoffice memorandums, meeting coordination, and special projects as assigned by the City Manager. Her skillset and former experience in the U.S. Air Force have prepared her to aid the organization in this role.
“She has been a tremendous asset to the organization and is seen by others as a strong team player, detail-oriented, extremely organized, and a true public servant, not only to our community but our country as well,” said Wayne Reed, City Manager for Cibolo. “Nicole has stepped up to assist upon my arrival and has shown her ability to represent the City and my office in a professional and positive manner.”
Prior to coming to Cibolo, Perez had served in the United States Air Force in many levels of Command Support Staff, ranging from Squadron all the way to Major Command. After Perez’s military service, she decided to call Cibolo home. Perez focused her career on non-profits including the Archdiocese of San Antonio. In her experience working with service-oriented organizations, the City of Cibolo was the perfect opportunity to continue her professional aspirations.