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Dallas Appoints New Assistant City Manager for Sustainable Portfolio

Dallas Interim City Manager Kimberly Bizor Tolbert has announced the final appointment to her executive leadership team. Dev Rastogi will take on the role of Assistant City Manager over the Sustainable portfolio starting July 15, 2024.

In her new role, Rastogi will oversee the departments of Aviation, Dallas Water Utilities, Public Works, Transportation, Office of Bond & Construction Management, and the Office of Environmental Quality & Sustainability.

Rastogi brings 40 years of experience in delivering innovative solutions for complex infrastructure projects in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. She has worked with clients including the City of Dallas, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, North Central Texas Council of Governments, TxDOT, Trinity Metro, and the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

"Dev has a wealth of unmatched experience navigating complex problems and delivering innovative infrastructure solutions across the Dallas-Fort Worth region in the public and private sectors," said Tolbert. "She is also a longtime Dallas resident and is invested in the continued economic vibrancy and equitable growth of our City. We are excited to welcome Dev and certain that she will be an asset to our team for many years to come."

Rastogi joins the City from AECOM, a global infrastructure consulting firm based in Dallas, where she served as Senior Vice President, Dallas/Fort Worth Metro Executive, and Gulf Coast Transportation Business Leader. She was responsible for strategy and growth of AECOM’s business in North Texas and the $100 million transportation business in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas.

A licensed professional engineer in Texas, Rastogi holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Washington University. She has received numerous honors, including the Texas Society of Professional Engineers Dallas Engineer of the Year award.

"I am honored to join the City of Dallas during such a pivotal time," said Rastogi. "I am ready to make the leap into the public sector and eager to contribute to the ongoing, critical work of the Sustainable team I will be leading."

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