Andrea Muskopf Recipient of Richard R. Noll Award

Muskopf Honored for Professionalism, High Standards of Accomplishment and Ethical Conduct

Andrea Muskopf, assistant city manager for the city of Clayton, has been selected as the 2024 Richard R. Noll Outstanding Assistant Award recipient by the Missouri City/County Management Association (MCMA.) The award is given to individuals who hold an administrative position responsible for assisting the chief administrative officer with various administrative duties and responsibilities.

Andrea Muskopf has been devoted to serving communities across Missouri and Illinois since 2010. Currently, she is the assistant city manager for the city of Clayton, overseeing human resources, communications, and municipal court personnel while also acting as the staff liaison to the Community Equity Commission and the Mayor’s Commemorative Landscape Task Force. She holds a Master of Public Administration and Policy Analysis from Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville (SIUE) and is certified as a Society for Human Resources Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP.)

Since joining the city of Clayton in 2016, Andrea has emphasized enhancing employee engagement programs to boost employee experiences. Before her current role, she served as Human Resources and Management Analyst in Creve Coeur, Missouri, and as Assistant City Manager in Ellisville, Missouri.

As a co-founder of Missouri Women Leading Government, Andrea currently serves as vice president and incoming president. Additionally, she is an advisory board member for the SIUE Department of Public Administration and Policy Analysis and contributes to several committees within MCMA.

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