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City Administrator - Christine Myers

Christine Myers was appointed to serve as the City Administrator for the City of Papillion, Neb., in May 2017. Myers began employment for the City in 1993 as City Clerk. She was promoted to Assistant City Administrator in 1998 and held that position until her recent promotion.

Myers has more than 24 years of experience in local government and received the designation of Credentialed Manager by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in 2008.

Myers received her Bachelor’s Degree in Management in 2006 and a Master of Business Administration Degree from Bellevue University in 2013. She received the 2000 Partner in Economic Development Award from the Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation for her role in Papillion’s commercial growth.

As City Administrator, Myers is responsible for the daily operation and overall administration of city government through the performance of supervisory, administrative, and financial functions. The position ensures the efficient and effective implementation of policies and priorities as defined by the City Council. All City departments are under the direction of the City Administrator. The office of the City Administrator is filled by appointment of the Mayor with the consent of the majority of City Council.

Assistant City Administrator - Amber Powers

Amber Powers was appointed to serve as Assistant City Administrator on Aug. 1, 2017. As Assistant City Administrator, Powers is responsible for assisting with the daily operations of city government, conducting research and special projects, and managing complex administrative, personnel, financial and policy functions.

Powers was previously the City Administrator/Clerk for the City of Anthony, Kansas, where she served for seven years.

Executive Assistant - Kendra Ellis

Kendra Ellis serves as Executive Assistant to the Mayor, City Administrator and Assistant City Administrator. In addition to a variety of specialty work, Ellis manages scheduling and often serves as the central communication link for the Mayor's Office and Administration.