Raymond H. Gonzales has over 20 years of experience in Federal, State and local government. He currently serves as Interim County Manager and before that was the Deputy County Manager of External Services for Adams County, Colorado, where he oversaw the Transportation Department, Parks and Open Space Department, Community & Economic Development Department, Human Services Department, Long-Range Strategic Planning Department and the Cultural Affairs Office.
Raymond is responsible for identifying innovative ways to engage Adams County residents in their government as well as improving the efficiency and efficacy of the services the county provides to its customers. Raymond has held multiple senior-level leadership positions in the public sector, including: Deputy City Manager for the City of Brighton, Colorado, Deputy Cabinet Secretary of Labor under New Mexico’s Governor Bill Richardson, Federal Representative for the United States Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration and Regional Administrative Officer for the United States Peace Corps. Raymond holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Regis University-School of Management.