City of Hutto Executive Team

Byron Frankland 
Assistant City ManagerByron Frankland

Byron Frankland assists the City Manager with overall governance by providing strategic guidance and leadership for the public safety, regulatory compliance and public works functions of the City. Byron serves as public safety director and oversees the infrastructure, development services and police departments. He joined the City of Hutto in 2017 as Chief of Police. Prior to that he served as Assistant Police Chief in Galveston, Texas where he gained more 25 years of management and policing experience. Byron has successfully lead emergency response efforts in major hurricane and storm events in which he’s managed emergency response teams, including public works and infrastructure teams.

 Michel Sorrell
Assistant City Manager/Chief Financial Officer Michel Sorel-2 - Copy

Michel serves as the Assistant City Manager and Chief Financial Officer for the City of Hutto with more than 15 years of municipal finance experience. Prior to her leadership at Hutto, she also served as the finance director, assistant to the city manager, and senior accountant/budget analyst for the City of Portland; as well as the Comptroller for Georgetown. Michel is a nine-time winner of the distinguished budget award and five-time recipient of the Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting.

Stacy Schmitt
Assistant to the City Manager, Public Information OfficerTDS_Stacy2
Stacy Schmitt serves as Assistant to the City Manager and Public Information Officer. She provides direction and strategic oversight of the City’s public relations, marketing and communications teams. She also supervises the city secretary office, marketing, communications, public information, information technology, and library functions of the City as well as other City Manager initiatives. 


Paul Hall
Chief of PolicePaul Hall
Paul Hall serves as the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the City and provides for the overall safety of the City. Paul has more than 25 years of experience as a law enforcement officer and previously served as the Assistant Police Chief for the City of Hutto, reporting to previous Chief Byron Frankland. Prior to joining the City of Hutto in 2017, Hall worked at the Texas Attorney General’s Office where he led the Human Trafficking Unit, Joint Terrorism Task Force Investigators, Public Integrity Unit, Money Laundering Unit, and Elections Violations section.

Allison Hosgood, MA, SPHR 
Allison HosgoodExecutive Director of Talent Development & Human Resources

Allison Hosgood is a certified HR professional and dynamic leader with more than 15 years of experience in managing talent development and human resource operations. Allison is passionate about coaching executives, developing bottom up talent within organizations and helping employees reach their full potential while maximizing operational efficiency and effectiveness. Allison provides Executive leadership and direction to the talent development, human resources and lean management functions of the City.

Ashley Lumpkin, AICP
Ashley Lumpkin 2Executive Director of Infrastructure &  Development Services

Ashley Lumpkin is a certified planner with more than seventeen years of experience in managing municipal infrastructure, planning and development services. She provides executive leadership and direction to the infrastructure and development services team including planning, code enforcement, construction inspections, building services, geographic information systems, public works and engineering functions of the City. 

Jessica Geray, AICP, EDFP 
Jessica BullockDirector of Economic Development

Jessica Geray is a certified economic development financial professional and planner with experience in managing municipal tax incentive programs, development and site selection processes.  She provides leadership to the overall economic development and tax incentive activities including land development, site selection and tourism.    

Strategic Plan & Execution Guide
The executive team executes the goals and objectives outlined in the City's Council approved Strategic Plan & Execution Guide, which comprise the City’s unwavering commitment to growing Hutto stronger by intentionally focusing on these five Strategic Focus Areas:
  • Well Balanced & Diversified Economy
  • Public Safety
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • Quality of Life
  • Infrastructure & Growth
We encourage you to engage with our leadership team through the Public Service Request and Citizen Action Center. You can also give your feedback to the City Council by attending our City Council meetings, and learn first-hand more about the policy-making-decisions.

Together, let’s make Hutto a great place to live, work, learn, and play!