The City of Greeley is pleased to announce that Scott Magerfleisch has been selected to lead the city’s Information Technology department. Magerfleisch will join the city in August and be responsible for developing and implementing strategies that enable and empower Greeley to be a City Achieving Community Excellence. Magerfleisch will oversee the city’s IT budget of approximately $5 million and lead a dynamic team of 26 IT professionals.
“Scott’s work experience and leadership made him a standout candidate,” said Roy Otto, City Manager. “Our leadership team was impressed with Scott’s credentials, but more so, his commitment to enabling and driving business strategy and goals. He will bring a progressive and transformational leadership style to the city that will be critical in advancing the city’s internal systems and technology infrastructure,” added Otto.
Magerfleisch, a veteran in the IT field, brings more than twenty-five years of experience from the private sector and municipal government. Most recently, Magerfleisch served as Director of Information Technology for the City of Thornton, where he was responsible for the overall strategic development and direction of IT resources and infrastructure. As the Director, Magerfleisch oversaw technical organizational direction and development, cybersecurity, and business continuity. Throughout his eight-year career with Thornton, Magerfleisch served as Technology Services Manager, Network Services Manager and was named the Management Services Employee of the Year.
“I am humbled and thrilled to join the amazing team at the City of Greeley,” said Scott Magerfleisch. “I’m looking forward to partnering with local entities and within the region to bring our use and implementation of technology to the next level. I am excited to work with Greeley as a city that understands and values the importance of technology as a focused strategy in the 21st century.”
Before his role in Thornton, Magerfleisch served as a Senior Telecommunications Administrator with the City of Westminster where he managed voice and data networks, fiber network and wireless WAN for multiple locations, and supported disaster recovery for emergency response personnel.
A graduate of the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Magerfleisch earned his MBA in Information Technology Management from Western Governors University and a certification in Digital Transformation in Government from Harvard University. He currently serves as the Treasurer of the Colorado Government Association of Information Technology (CGAIT).
For more information, visit www.GreeleyGov.com.