Brian Dehner pic3Brian Dehner is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Communications and a Minor in Accounting.

Mr. Dehner has nine years of experience as General Manager A&N Sports Specialties with two locations and 14 employees. He also served one year with Trivaco as their Municipal Market Manager from 2013-2014.

Beginning his 18 plus years of service in the public sector Brian served as an Erlanger City Councilman from 1992-1994. Brian worked for the Northern Kentucky Area Development District (NKADD) from 1994-2006 and beginning in 2005 contracted with the City of Ludlow to serve as City Administrative Officer through the NKADD. In 2006-2010 Brian assumed the duties full-time as City Administrative Officer for the City of Ludlow. From 2010-2012 he served as the first Customer Service Manager for the Sanitation District #1 in Northern Kentucky.

With the Northern Kentucky Area Development District as Public Administration Specialist, Brian worked on projects regarding mergers of services and organizations, high-level executive searches in the public sector, regional impact studies, and policy development in the human resources field, grant writing, community development and assessment. He has conducted numerous workshops on issues related to Customer Satisfaction, Effective Meeting Management, Performance Evaluations, Parliamentary Procedures, Human Resource and Municipal Budgeting, Finance and Investments.

As the City of Ludlow’s City Administrative Officer Brian was responsible for the overall performance of the organization and day to day operations. He was responsible for obtaining over $4 million in grants over the last three years and increasing reserves by 57%. The City of Ludlow has 34 employees and a $3 million dollar operating budget providing police, fire, public works and parks/recreation services. In his short tenure he has worked on creating a skateboard park, which at the time was only one of two in Northern Kentucky; two downtown streetscape revitalization projects; a $1 million adaptive reuse project of an historic church into a new municipal building; and a Neighborhood Stabilization Program funded $1 million in Stimulus funds.

While at the Sanitation District #1 in Northern Kentucky as their Customer Service Manager. He managed the day to day operations of a 17 person Call Center and Billing department. The department handles over 150,000 customer calls per year, supervised billing of $70 million in annual revenues.

In March of 2014 Brian was appointed City Administrative Officer for the City of Edgewood.


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