(LANSING) — Mayor Andy Schor today announced his appointment of Judy Kehler to serve as Lansing’s next Treasurer and Income Tax Administrator. Kehler will begin her role as Treasurer on April 22, 2019.
“Judy Kehler is an exceptional talent and it is an honor to welcome her back to the City of Lansing,” said Mayor Andy Schor. “Her previous work experience, including as City of Lansing Treasurer, will be a great asset to the city and she will be a tremendous addition to my executive team.”
Kehler joins the City of Lansing Finance Department with over 20 years of budgeting/finance, taxation, policy, and executive management experience in the private and public sectors. Kehler is no stranger to local government as she served as the first woman and African American City Treasurer and Income Tax Administrator under Mayor David Hollister from 1993-1996. Kehler currently serves as the Director of Corporate Partnerships for WKAR where she has helped to strengthen public media throughout the Mid-Michigan region.
“I am very happy to be returning to the City of Lansing,” said Kehler. “I believe that Mayor Schor has a great plan and vision for the Capital City and I am thrilled to be a part of his team.”
Judy earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and is currently completing her Business Process Management certificate through Michigan State University's Executive Program at the ELI Board College of Business.