Pasco County has named Sally Sherman as its new assistant county administrator of development services.
She was selected through a nationwide search that drew more than 100 applicants.
County Administrator Dan Biles cited Sherman’s extensive work in public service, as well as her leadership experience.
Before joining Paso County, Sherman was deputy county administrator for Flagler County, assistant city manager for the City of Deltona, deputy county manager for Seminole County, and assistant city manager for the City of Leesburg, according to a Pasco County news release.
She holds a dual master’s degree in Public Administration and Management from Webster University, a Master of Science in Human Resource Management from Troy State University and a Bachelor of Business from Barry University, the county reports.
Her appointment is effective on July 27.
Published July 29, 2020