Dorinda R. Floyd is DDOT's Chief Administrative Officer. Ms. Floyd will have oversight over administrative, budgetary, and procurement matters, including resource allocation, finance, human resources, and workforce development.
Ms. Floyd has more than 25 years of experience in city and state government, She was the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the State of Colorado Department of Revenue in Denver, Colorado, where she had authority for a more-than-$300 million budget, $12 billion in annual collections through taxes and fees, $2.1 billion in refunds and other disbursements, and a 55-person staff. In this role, she also managed budgeting, accounting, and all financial operations for a diverse portfolio including taxation, motor vehicles, marijuana, gaming, liquor and tobacco, racing, auto industry, and lottery.
From 2000 through 2008, Ms. Floyd was the Administrative Services Director for the City of Milwaukee, managing the Department of Public Works’ budget and finance sections, technology support section, city’s call center and parking operations, She was also a finance consultant for a USAID project in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Ms. Floyd also held various positions as a senior legislative fiscal manager, budget and management special assistant, and fiscal analyst for the City of Milwaukee and the State of Wisconsin.
Ms. Floyd holds a master's in public policy and administration from the Robert M. La Follette Institute of Public Affairs/University of Wisconsin-Madison and a bachelor's in criminal justice.