City Manager Names New Assistant City Manager to Leadership Team
Published on December 18, 2020
Miami City Manager Art Noriega added a new member to his leadership team today, naming Ms. Natasha Colebrook-Williams as Assistant City Manager. Ms. Colebrook-Williams begins her new role on January 4, 2021, and brings a strong track record of public administration experience to her new role at the City of Miami.
"I'm pleased to announce the addition of Natasha Colebrook-Williams as Assistant City Manager for the City of Miami," said City Manager Noriega. "Natasha is a dynamic public administrator who has achieved success - and demonstrated real versatility - at every step of her career. We welcome her back to the City of Miami and know that she will contribute to our success as an organization and as a community."
Ms. Colebrook-Williams currently serves as Chief of Staff for the Office of the City Manager in the City of North Miami, a role that she has held since 2014. There, she has worked with the City Manager to oversee a staff of more than 600 employees, coordinated city functions and the implementation of policies directed by the City Council and City Manager, and conducted business process reviews of all city departments to improve efficiency and customer service delivery. Additionally, she served as Interim Director of the city's internationally-recognized Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), leading it through a period of transition.
Before taking on her Chief of Staff role, Ms. Colebrook-Williams served as Governmental Affairs Manager and Constituent Services Coordinator for the City of North Miami. She previously worked as a community relations outreach specialist at the City of Miami and as the director of community relations at the YWCA of Greater Miami-Dade. Ms. Colebrook-Williams earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in advertising and public relations at the University of Central Florida. Subsequently, she earned a Master of Science degree in advertising & public relations at Florida International University.