Former Fleet Director Named City Manager

May 29, 2015


Sharon Subadan, formerly the fleet management director for Hillsborough County, Fla., was recently named the city manager for the City of Albany, Ga. Subadan is currently assistant Hillsborough County administrator.

City commissioners said they liked her "big-city experience" and positive attitude. The position will be official after contract negotiations, the Albany Herald reported

Subadan has worked in the fleet industry since 1992. She managed the Hillsborough County fleet when it was twice named the No. 1 fleet by Government Fleet magazine.

She was named one of the Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year finalists in 2010. Later that year, she became the county’s public safety administrator, a position that oversaw fleet and various other departments.


  1. 1. Richard Battersby [ June 02, 2015 @ 03:09PM ]

    Congratulations and best wishes for continued success!

  2. 2. John Mc Corkhill [ June 04, 2015 @ 01:50PM ]

    Wow...the only other fleet management official I've known over my 30+ years in this business that made it to the city manager level is the former fleet manager for Dayton, OH. Quite an honor Sharon and you fully deserve the role after your many years of service in Florida and Montgomery County, MD.


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