Employee Spotlight
Continuous Improvement Officer Alfred Laborie

How would you describe your job to someone with no experience in your field?
My job is to promote, coach, and support the application of Continuous Improvement principles and initiatives across all functions in City Hall. This activity is also known as “Lean Government” and the City of Hutto is pioneering this approach in the central Texas region. 

  What are the biggest challenges you face in your job?
The biggest challenge is to create in [less than] no time, a tailor-made continuous Improvement model that fits best to the city’s immediate and future needs and challenges.

 What’s your personal philosophy or mantra?
“Do what you love and you will never work in your life”

DSC05526 What’s the most interesting thing about you that we wouldn’t learn by reading your resume?
The most interesting thing is that I love history and travel. Ssince I was 12 years old, I became very interested in traveling to those places where history was made. Ever since, every opportunity that time and budget come together, I keep adding experiences to my traveling collection.   

 How do you define success?
Success and happiness are synonyms, both are in front of us, both are free, you cannot buy either one, but you have to earn both.


Assistant City Attorney and Contract Administrator Melissa Secor
K9 Officer Evan Fraley
Economic Development Specialist Jennifer Burrington

City Attorney Cara Hanna
K9 Officer Cody Long
Senior Utility Technician - Aaron Nelsony
Community Resource Officer - Suzanne Glass
Streets & Drainage Maintenace Technician Jose Rodriguez
Management Assistant Business & Development Services Angel Kavanaugh
Senior Animal Control Officer Wayne Cunningham
Utility Superintendent Matt Edwards
Code Enforcement Officer Ronee Huerta
 Public Works Partner J.J. Sanchez
Community Services Management Assistant Daniel Roque
Assistant City Manager Helen Ramirez
Director of Economic Development Jessica Bullock
Engineer in Training Bonnye Brewington
Library Director Lisa Riggs
General Services Manager Ryan Morgan
Executive Director of Business and Development Services Ashley Lumpkin
City Secretary Lisa Brown
Downtown Tourism and Events Manager Kristi Robich
Chief Financial Officer Michel Sorrell
Parks and Recreation Director Shane Mize
Utility Billing Analyst Monica Burke
Executive Director of Human Resources Allison Hosgood
Community Services Management Assistant Cari Hodges
Information Technology Manager David Reeves
Streets and Drainage Superintendent Mark Nunez
Children's Librarian Jessica McCart
Court Administrator Lea Ness
Human Resources Generalist/Recruiter Michelle Lukes
Creative Marketing Specialist Matt Seaton
Communications Specialist Jen Atkinson
Senior Assistant City Secretary Lynn Trumbul
Assistant Events Manager Sharon Parker
Crime Scene Technician Rhonda Redden
Hutto Police Department Management Assistant Edna Vela
Procurement Manager Tayo Sokale
Manager of Parks Maintenance Rob Grotty
Assistant Chief of Police Paul Hall
Animal Control Officer Jackie Corbiere
Director of Planning Ashby Grundman
Systems Administrator Richard Martinez
Assistant City Secretary Irma Gonzales
Recreation Program Coordinator Sydawnie Douglass
Senior Court Clerk Taffenie Walton
Detective Catherine Parker
Training Officer Abel Valles

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How would you describe your job to someone with no experience in your field?

My job is to promote, coach, and support the application of Continuous Improvement principles and initiatives across all functions in City Hall. This activity is also known as “Lean Government” and the City of Hutto is pioneering this approach in the central Texas region. 

 

What are the biggest challenges you face in your job?

The biggest challenge is to create in [less than] no time, a tailor-made continuous Improvement model that fits best to the city’s immediate and future needs and challenges.

 

What’s your personal philosophy or mantra?

“Do what you love and you will never work in your life”

 

What’s the most interesting thing about you that we wouldn’t learn by reading your resume?

The most interesting thing is that I love “History and Travel”, since I was 12 years old, I became very interested in traveling to those places where history was made. Ever since, every opportunity that time and budget come together, I keep adding experiences to my traveling collection.   

 

How do you define success?

Success and happiness are synonyms, both are in front of us, both are free, you cannot buy either one, but you have to earn both.