City of Chicago Appoints Julie Hernandez-Tomlin as Commissioner of the Dept. of Fleet and Facility Management

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Mayor Brandon Johnson appointed Julie Hernandez-Tomlin as Commissioner of the Department of Fleet and Facility Management (2FM). Hernandez-Tomlin brings to her new role nearly two decades of experience working with the City of Chicago. She has held leadership roles at both the Chicago Department of Water Management and the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation. “Julie’s proven track record of efficient leadership will ensure that 2FM continues to operate effectively and successfully,” said Mayor Brandon Johnson. “I am excited to welcome her to 2FM and look forward to our collaboration on the assets and services utilized by my administration in order to continue providing for a better, stronger, safer Chicago.” Hernandez-Tomlin has also served as Executive Vice President of Business Affairs at SPAAN Tech Inc., a minority and women-owned business. She brings strong union relations, sharp business strategy, and a comprehensive understanding of facility management. “I have dedicated decades of my life to serving the city of Chicago and its people, and it is a privilege to be able to continue to do so in this new capacity,” said Julie Hernandez Tomlin. Hernandez-Tomlin will be confirmed by City Council at the February meeting.

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