Meet the City Manager’s Office

City Manager
Bryan Montgomery, a resident of Oakley, has been the Oakley City Manager and Executive Director of the Successor Agency to the Oakley Redevelopment Agency and Oakley Public Finance Authority since December 2005.  Prior to his appointment, Bryan served as City Manager in Mesquite, Nevada and Rupert, Idaho.  He also served as Assistant City Manager in Alamogordo, New Mexico, and as an aide in the Mayor’s Office in Provo, Utah.  He holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Government Relations from Brigham Young University (BYU) and a Master’s in Public Administration from BYU’s Marriott School of Management.  He speaks Spanish and periodically performs local government consulting work in Latin America and he also teaches night classes at San Francisco State University and is also an Adjunct Professor at Los Medanos College. Bryan has been a valued member of many organizations such as Boy Scouts of America, International City Management Association (ICMA), International Hispanic Network, Rotary International, and the United Way; and has served on various committees within his church.

Assistant to the City Manager- Human Resources Manager
Nancy Marquez joined the City of Oakley in January of 2012. She is a longtime resident of Oakley. She holds a B.A. in Liberal Studies and M.A. in Public Administration with a formal emphasis in local government, from San Francisco State University. Previous to joining Team Oakley, she was the Lead Community Organizer for the Contra Costa Interfaith Supporting
Community Organization (CCISCO), an affiliate of the PICO National Network. During eight years, Nancy organized the faith community around issue campaigns that impacted policy making at all levels of government in the areas of health care, immigration, housing, education and jobs. During her free time Nancy enjoys spending time with her family.