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Andrew Haines (MPA'03), Deputy City Manager of Newark
Deputy city manager Andrew Haines and Newark Police officer James Spadola have been named to the Delaware Business Times 2016 class of 40 under 40, a list of "young professionals who are making a difference in their workplaces and the community." The two will join other honorees at a reception on Thursday, October 13, at Hercules Plaza. Haines, who was nominated by city manager Carol Houck, first joined the City of Newark in 2002 as the parking administrator. He left in 2008 to accept leadership roles within the local government in Hatfield Township, PA, before accepting his current role and returning to Newark in 2013.
"Public service to others has defined Andrew's career and his efforts have made a marked impact on the communities in which he has worked and lived," said Houck. "Since accepting the role as deputy city manager in 2013, Andrew has worked tirelessly to help the City of Newark experience a positive chain of innovation, improved leadership and teamwork, and he has encouraged our organization to become more progressive. "Nominated by friend Jeffrey Lank, Spadola has been with the Newark Police Department for eight years and is credited with developing the popular Hug-A-Cop program, which has been duplicated in municipalities across the country.
"He takes opportunities and finds a way to get others to join him to create movements as he did with his Hug A Cop program," said Lank. "He sees where the world could be and won??t stop working toward it and bringing others to join him until he is making real impact." Now in its third year, Delaware Business Times received more than 90 nominations for the DBT40 Class of 2016. Honorees were selected by former winners and members of the business community.
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