Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold today announced the promotions of Erik Robey to Chief of Staff and Brenda Reiber to Director of Community and Constituent Services.
These two individuals played a very important role in implementing the excellent constituent service citizens have come to expect from this Administration. In the second term, Erik Robey will take on greater management responsibilities. Brenda Reiber will also assume a management role by directing our staff out in the community. I am proud of the job they have done and expect them to take their talents to even greater heights.
–County Executive, John R. Leopold
Robey, a Pasadena native, was appointed Assistant Chief Administrative Officer in 2007. A military veteran, Robey earned a bachelor*s degree in business management from National Louis University in Chicago and was a legislative assistant for the County Council before joining the Administration. He will assist the County Executive in formulating policy and oversee special projects, including management reviews of the Fire Department and Inspections and Permits.
Reiber, a 22-year Crofton resident, has worked with County Executive Leopold since 1999. She was active on the County Council of PTAs and worked as a legislative assistant to then-Delegate Leopold in the Maryland General Assembly. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She has been the constituent services representative for West County for four years.