Columbus City Manager names new director of Human Resorces - WRBL

Columbus City Manager names new director of Human Resources

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Source: Columbus Consolidated Government Source: Columbus Consolidated Government
COLUMBUS, Ga. -

During Columbus City Council on Tuesday, City Manager Isaiah Hugley announced that Reather Hollowell will fill the position of Human Resources Director.

The position was left vacant in March by the retirement of long time director Tom Barron.

"Though we went through our typical notice and application process, Reather stood out among many good candidates as the one who can provide continuity, stability, progress and improvement. We are fortunate to have someone of her caliber and experience within our ranks", said Hugley.

Hollowell has been the Assistant Human Resources Director the past ten years and is currently serving as the interim director. She will officially start in her new position upon confirmation by the Columbus City Council.

 

Liz Buckthorpe

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