Statement on the Departure of Deputy City Manager Angela Judge by the City of Rockville

by MCS Staff

Angela Judge, who was an assistant city manager with Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and formerly with the City of Atlanta, Georgia, was named Rockville’s deputy city manager in May of 2021, with her official duties in the position beginning on Monday, June 14. Approximately one year later, the City of Rockville announced her departure, effective today, Wednesday, June 15.

Per the City of Rockville: Deputy City Manager Angela Judge is departing the City of Rockville as of today, Wednesday, June 15. She will be joining her husband, Warren, who will be assuming command of United States Coast Guard Training Center Cape May in Cape May, New Jersey. “I want to express my sincerest appreciation, on behalf of all of us, to Deputy City Manager Angela Judge for the outstanding work she has performed in the past year for our organization and community,” City Manager Rob DiSpirito said.

“Angela championed our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts, brought enthusiasm and fresh perspectives, fostered better interdepartmental cooperation, and has been a team builder. She assisted with many priority projects and initiatives, key recruitments of talent to our organization, and fully shared her professional expertise and positive spirit with all. “As Angela moves on to an important out-of-state family/professional commitment, we thank her and extend our very best wishes to her and her husband Warren for health and happiness in their exciting new endeavors.”


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