Contact a Senior Advisor
Email Kay Godbey
Kay Godbey served as the City Manager of the City of Burleson from 1993 to 2001. She also served the City of Euless for 18 years in various positions including the assistant city manager, city secretary, and staff support for the police department. Kay holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Dallas Baptist University, a master's degree in public administration, and a Ph.D. in public and urban administration both from the University of Texas-Arlington.
Email A.C. Gonzalez
A.C. Gonzalez has served communities throughout Texas for more than 37 years. During his career, he served as city manager of the cities of Dallas, San Marcos, Carrizo Springs, and Dilley. He holds a bachelor degree with honors from the University of Texas at Austin and a master in urban studies from Trinity University.
Email Bob Livingston
Bob Livingston is the first Senior Advisor and a Texas City Management Association (TCMA) life member. Bob served more than 23 years as the city manager of the City of University Park.
He has served as city manager in the cities of Santa Paula, California and Dodge City, Kansas. He also served as an assistant city manager in Highland Park, Illinois, and Lompoc, California. He holds a bachelor degree and a masters in public administration from the University of Kansas.
Email George Shackelford
George Shackelford has served communities throughout Texas since 1979. During his career, he served as city manager of the cities of Littlefield, Port Lavaca, Texarkana, and Tomball. George holds a bachelor's degree in criminal justice administration and a master's degree in social science with an emphasis in public administration. Both degrees were completed at West Texas State University.
Email Greg Vick
Greg Vick has served communities throughout Texas since 1976. During his career, he served as city manager of the cities of Gladewater, Cedar Hill, Elgin, and Watauga. Greg holds a bachelor's degree from Abilene Christian University and a master's degree from the University of North Texas.