Clearwater Deputy City Manager Takes Pinellas County Job
Jill Silverboard will be the deputy county administrator/chief of staff.
CLEARWATER – Pinellas County Administrator Barry A. Burton today (April 16) announced the appointment of Jill Silverboard as deputy county administrator/chief of staff, effective May 26.
In her role, Silverboard will support county operations, strategic planning efforts, intergovernmental agreements and shared services among county departments. Silverboard will join the county team after a successful 12-year stint as deputy city manager for the city of Clearwater.
“Jill brings a wealth of knowledge and local experience in issues that are very similar to those we face at the county level,” Burton said. “We look forward to her being a part of our team and contributing to our future successes.”
Silverboard brings 30 years of local government experience to her new role. Before her work for the city of Clearwater, she served as city manager for the city of Madeira Beach and city of Destin, along with various roles as deputy city manager in Florida. She is a credentialed manager through the International City/County Management Association and has served on various local and state-level boards. Silverboard has a master’s degree in Public Affairs from Western Carolina University and a bachelor’s degree from Lenoir-Rhyne University in North Carolina.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the Pinellas County team and continuing to work for my home community in this new role,” Silverboard said.
Burton conducted a nationwide search for the deputy county administrator/chief of staff position when a vacancy was created with former Assistant County Administrator Paul Sacco’s move to head the Solid Waste Department.
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