WHAT: T.C. Broadnax, ba '91, city manager of Dallas, Texas, will serve as the 11th Oscar S. Stauffer Executive in Residence March 21 – 22, 2019 at Washburn University. The community and city leaders will have time to meet and hear from him on Friday, March 22, at a Community Breakfast.
The program will include remarks from Broadnax and a Q&A with Brent Trout, Topeka City Manager, followed by media interviews if time allows.
WHEN: Friday, March 22, 2019 - Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. and Presentation at 8 a.m.
WHERE: Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, Washburn University, 1710 SW Jewell Ave, Topeka, Kansas
DETAILS: T.C. Broadnax began serving as Dallas City Manager on February 1, 2017, bringing a Service First philosophy to the city. Prior to that, he served as City Manager of Tacoma, Washington since 2012, and has more than 25 years of local government management experience. Broadnax is an International City/County Manager's Association Credentialed Manager and is recognized throughout the country for his significant contributions working in the public sector tackling issues relating to community and economic development, neighborhood revitalization, code enforcement, financial management and organizational leadership. His approach to public sector management and community engagement has been instrumental in enhancing quality of life for the residents of the cities he has served.
Broadnax earned his bachelor’s degree in political science and communications at Washburn University and is a former member of the Washburn men’s basketball team.
The Oscar S. Stauffer Executive in Residence program creates a dynamic opportunity for corporate executives to interact with Washburn University students and faculty, as well as Topeka business leaders.
Media Note: A mult box will be available for media during the presentation.