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Mayor Stoney Appoints Reggie Gordon Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Human Services

Gordon has served in the interim capacity since August 2018, and simultaneously as the Director of the Office of Community Wealth Building. He will permanently assume the position of Deputy Chief Administrative Officer (DCAO) on Monday, November 26th.

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Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney announced on Wednesday the appointment of Reginald E. Gordon to the position of Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Human Services.

Gordon has served in the interim capacity since August 2018, and simultaneously as the Director of the Office of Community Wealth Building. He will permanently assume the position of Deputy Chief Administrative Officer (DCAO) on Monday, November 26th.

The DCAO of Human Services is responsible for the proper administration of government with a portfolio including direct oversight over the Departments of Social Services, Justice Services and Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities. DCAO Gordon will also serve as the liaison to the quasi-independent and state agencies including the Richmond City Health District, Richmond Behavioral Health Authority and the Richmond Public Library.

“Reggie’s extensive background in human services and numerous successes in community wealth building and related initiatives serving our citizens makes him the clear choice to serve as Richmond’s DCAO for Human Services,” said Mayor Stoney. “I am excited to work even more closely with him now in the ongoing pursuit to build ‘One Richmond.’”

Gordon’s portfolio also includes two of the city’s most critical programs, the Office of Aging and Persons with Disabilities and Office of Multicultural Affairs.

“I am honored to be entrusted with these new and vital responsibilities,” Gordon. “The mayor and chief administrative officer (CAO) have impressed upon me now is not the time for business as usual in the City of Richmond, and I am ready to advance the initiatives designed to create positive and transformative outcomes for children, single adults, and families in our city. We will find new and creative ways to achieve equitable and life-affirming outcomes for all our citizens, and I thank the mayor and CAO for this opportunity.”

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