After a national search, the City of Tigard is pleased to announce Cindy Trimp as its new Financial Services Director. She will join the City after serving as the Central Services Division Administrator for the Montana Department of Agriculture.
With more than 15 years of progressive management experience in government finance, Cindy is ready to use her experience to help advance the city’s strategic vision – an equitable community that is walkable, healthy, and accessible for everyone.
When asked about the new position, Trimp shared, “I am absolutely honored to be chosen for this pivotal role and I am excited to begin working for the Tigard community.”
Her work, along with all City employees and elected officials, will be completed through the lens of the City’s Community Promise. The Promise ensures that equity, environment, economy, engagement, and excellence are at the forefront of our daily work and decision-making. “Along with her technical skills and abilities, Cindy’s inclusive and collaborative style stood out,” said Emily Tritsch, Assistant City Manager for Investment and Infrastructure. “I know that she will do great things for Tigard, and we are excited to welcome her to the team.”
Her first day with Tigard will be January 31, 2022.