Sheryl Sculley served as city manager of San Antonio, Texas, from 2005-2019. In that position, she was the chief executive officer overseeing 13,000 employees, an annual operating and capital budget of $2.8 billion, and a city population of 1.5 million residents.
Sculley proposed the three largest bond programs in city history totaling $2 billion including 450 construction projects for streets, sidewalks, drainage, parks, libraries, senior centers, fire stations and museums. All three programs were overwhelmingly approved by San Antonio voters and the projects were executed with precision—on time and within budget.
Sheryl has worked in city management for over 40 years. She served in leadership roles in Phoenix, Arizona and Kalamazoo, Michigan.
She is a fellow in the National Academy of Public Administration and has been an adjunct professor at the LBJ School of Public Policy at The University of Texas in Austin. Sheryl served on the United Way boards in all three cities and is currently working with the United Way 2019 campaign as well as assisting numerous other non-profit organizations.