Nancy Hunt-Coffey is Assistant City Manager for the City of Beverly Hills. Hunt-Coffey assists in the daily management of City operations, provides oversight of select departments and works closely with the City Council.
Hired in 2008 as an Assistant Director of Community Services, Hunt-Coffey became Director in 2016 leading the City's Recreation and Parks, Library, Human Services and Administrative Support divisions.
Before coming to Beverly Hills, Hunt-Coffey was with the City of Glendale for over 20 years and held several positions including Director of the Glendale Library. She also helped develop and lead the Information Technology Department's eGovernment program.
Hunt-Coffey obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Spanish Literature from Occidental College and her Master's Degree in Information Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Hunt-Coffey holds appointments at both UCLA and the University of Southern California (USC), teaching graduate students in management and librarianship.