EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) - Nancy Bartlett, the Deputy City Manager of Public Safety and Support Services has submitted her letter of resignation to the City effective May 4 due to family health matters, according to City Officials.
Bartlett, who was appointed as the City's first Chief Performance Officer, has been a part of the City's leadership team since 2014. She's been serving in her role as Public Safety and Support Services Deputy City Manager since earlier this year. She's currently in charge of EPPD, EPFD, 911 and 311 Communications, Human Resources, Information Technology and the Office of Management and Budget and the Performance Office.
In a statement, City Manager Tommy Gonzalez called Bartlett an asset to the City of El Paso. "I support Ms. Bartlett's decision to put family first," Gonzalez said.
Gonzalez has appointed Dionne Mack as Bartlett's replacement. She has been asked to create a 100-day action plan for the departments she will oversee as part of her transition into her Deputy City Manager Role.
Mack started working for the City of El Paso in 2011 as the Public Library Director. Mack has also served as Managing Director of Public Libraries and the Parks and Recreation Office.
Mack has a Bachelor of Science degree in history and African American Studies from the State University of New York College and Brockport and a Master's in Africana Studies and a Master's of Library Science from the University at Albany.
Mack will transition into her role at the end of Bartlett's time with the City effective May 4.