Norfolk Chief Deputy City Manager to work under Marcus Jones in Charlotte

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untitled-designNORFOLK, Va. –  City Manager Marcus Jones announced his leaving Norfolk to take a position in Charlotte in October.

On Monday Jones also announced he hired Sabrina Joy-Hogg to fill the position of Deputy City Manager in Charlotte.

Joy-Hogg has held leadership roles in both the state and city government levels over 25 years. She recently served from 2011-current as Chief Deputy City Manager and acting director of the Office of Budget and Strategic Planning in Norfolk.

Joy-Hogg also previously served as senior quality and finance analyst from 2004-2007.

“Sabrina’s experience, passion and vision are a great fit for the City of Charlotte,” Jones said. “I’ve seen her dedication first-hand, and I know she will do great things for this community as she did for the Commonwealth of Virginia and the City of Norfolk.”