Rachael Danke has spent her entire career in the non-profit and public sectors. With over five years of experience in Human Resources, Rachael has assisted multiple agencies throughout the nation with their talent attraction and retention needs. Rachael has experience recruiting for roles such as Chief of Police, Director of Public Works, Director of Human Resources, Executive Director, and other executive roles for Counties, Cities, and Special Districts. She is currently finishing her Master's Degree in Human Resources at Pepperdine University and is excited to continue to attract new talent to the public sector using innovative techniques such as Virtual Career Fairs and talent engagement.Connect on LinkedIn
The City of San Jose has selected Paul Innamorato to assume the role of Deputy Director of Power Resources. Mr. Innamorato comes to the city previously serving as the Acting Deputy Director of Power Resources for the City of San José. Mr. Innamorato has cultivated supplier relationships and innovated new long-term contract structures to address reliability and load volatility concerns and brings nearly twenty years of experience.
City and County of San Francisco has selected Tyrone Jue to assume the role of Director of the Environment Department. Mr. Jue was previously serving as the Acting Director of the Environment Department. Mr. Jue led the department through the fiscal year 2022-2023 budget process, securing $2.6 million in general fund support to implement the 2021 Climate Action Plan. He will begin in his role immediately.