Joey Dunn currently serves as Deputy City Manager for the City of Bryan, Texas. Born in Virginia and raised in Alabama, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Communications & Human Relations, with a minor in Music from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee in 1991. That same year, Joey and his wife Leslie moved to Texas for him to attend graduate school in Architecture at Texas A&M University. While still in grad school, Joey began his career with the City of Bryan Main Street Project, directly involved in early efforts to revitalize Historic Downtown Bryan. After obtaining his Masters in Urban Planning, Joey found local career opportunities that allowed him to put down roots, raise his family, and develop a deep connection to the Bryan-College Station community. Over the next 25 years, Joey held three positions with the City of Bryan and two positions with the City of College Station, during a time of significant growth. Joey is a Credentialed City Manager with the International City/County Managers Association (ICMA-CM), a member of the Texas City Managers Association (TCMA), and a Certified City Planner with the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). Joey works directly with the Bryan City Council, serves as the City of Bryan’s liaison to the BCS Chamber of Commerce, the Experience Bryan College Station (EBCS) Board of Directors, Secretary of the Blinn College Brazos County Advisory Board, and is responsible for staffing over 13 city boards and commissions. As a long-time member of the Bryan-College Station Salvation Army Advisory Board, including roles as immediate past Chair and current Secretary, Joey has a heart for the mission of The Salvation Army in the Bryan-College Station community. He is a long-time member of the Bryan Church of the Nazarene, and enjoys spending time with his wife Leslie, who is a school teacher, and caring for his special needs son and three other children, ages 13 through 24.