The County’s executive leadership team works to carry out the decisions, policies, ordinances, and motions set by the Board of County Commissioners.
As the chief administrator for our county government, the County Manager is ultimately responsible for the administration of all departments within Mecklenburg County. It is the responsibility of the County Manager to follow the priorities of the board and execute county government ethically and effectively.
The County Manager's Executive Team assists with the management and administration of key areas within the County government.
Michael A. Bryant is the deputy Mecklenburg County manager for financial services and internal support. He is responsible for providing executive oversight of the Financial Services Department, the Office of the Tax Collector, the County Assessor’s Office, Information Technology, and Human Resources.
Leslie Johnson is deputy County manager for Sustainable Communities. She is responsible for providing executive oversight of the Land Use and Environmental Services Agency, Park and Recreation, the Office of Economic Development, and the County’s strategic planning and evaluation initiatives.
Derrick Ramos is responsible for oversight and management of the operations of the County Manager’s Office, including the Board of County Commissioners and legislative affairs and three County departments: Asset and Facility Management, Criminal Justice Services, and the Medical Examiner's Office.
Anthony Trotman is deputy County manager for the consolidated health and human services agency. He is responsible for providing executive oversight to the County’s Health and Human Services Agency including Social Services, Public Health, Community Resources, and the Community Support Services departments.