(Stillwater, OK) – In effort to increase municipal efficiency and overall effectiveness, City Manager Kimberly Meek appoints additional leadership within the City Manager’s Office, Assistant City Manager Christy Cluck and Assistant City Manager Christy Driskel.
Christy Cluck, Assistant City Manager and Finance Director
Christy Driskel, Assistant City Manager and Human Resources Director
“Both of these women are exceptional leaders who exude service, listening and understanding, integrity, problem-solving, supportive mentorship with growth mindset, and each of them bring more than two decades of experience with the City of Stillwater,” City Manager Kimberly Meek said.
Christy Cluck has served the City for more than twenty years in the finance department with a passion for public service, stewardship and long-term financial sustainability. Cluck will remain the Director of Finance in addition to Assistant City Manager. She has a bachelor degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University, is a licensed Certified Public Accountant, and a multi-year recipient of the Government Finance Officers Association’s Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
“This is an exciting time in our community with lots of growth and large projects on the horizon. I appreciate the opportunity to work alongside our new City Manager as we prioritize these projects, develop funding strategies and ensure that a high-performance, service-oriented work environment remains at the forefront,” Assistant City Manager Christy Cluck said.
Christy Driskel has served the City for more than twenty years in Human Resources, is a Public Sector HR Association Senior Certified Professional, an Everything DiSC Workplace Certified Facilitator, and a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and has a bachelor degree from Oklahoma State University. Driskel will remain the Director of Human Resources in addition to her new role as Assistant City Manager.
“I’m grateful to serve our organization in an integral leadership role as we collaborate more with directors to exceed performance targets and ensure staff have the tools needed to lead in their areas of service. We have a solid, public-service oriented staff and I’m excited to join the management team to meet the needs of our ever-growing community,” Assistant City Manager Christy Driskel said.
Brady Moore was named the Deputy City Manager on November 30, and Meek has continued focus on organizational health and efficiency, along with developing partnerships throughout the community.
“Among many goals, I want to develop a culture of connectivity and availability, a more tangible City Management presence and healthier and empowered staff to in-turn build upon the existing foundation of quality service and increase communitywide progress,” Meek said.
Stillwater OK General Government Organizational Chart (PDF)