A CONVERSATION WITH FORMER CITY MANAGER SHERYL SCULLEY
Moderated by Rey Saldaña, former City Council member
More information can be found on the SAPL website.
Thursday, August 20, 6 - 7:30PM
Event link: www.crowdcast.io/e/sherylsculley
SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS
Submit your questions for Sheryl Sculley before or during the event.
BUY THE BOOK
Use the drop down menu just above this listing in the middle of the website for Sculley Library Event. There are more specifics about getting your book personalized and how to pick it up.
BORROW THE BOOK
You can place a hold on this book for checkout.
READ AN EXCERPT
You can read an excerpt of the book at greedybastardsbook.com.
ABOUT SHERYL SCULLEY
SHERYL SCULLEY is an award-winning city manager who is considered an authority on city management. She gained national attention for dealing with unsustainable benefits for San Antonio’s police and fire unions—and in doing so, steered the city away from a future financial crisis.
During her tenure, San Antonio achieved a AAA bond rating and invested billions of dollars into critical infrastructure updates and additions. Prior to serving in San Antonio, Sculley was the assistant city manager in Phoenix and city manager of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Sculley is a life member of the International City Management Association and a fellow in the National Academy of Public Administration. After 45 years of public service, Sculley retired from city management in 2019.