CMC alumnus Scott Ochoa ’93 has been named city manager of Ontario.
A veteran Southern California municipal administrator, Ochoa comes to Ontario from Glendale, where he has been city manager since 2012.
“I am honored and excited for this opportunity,” Ochoa said in a statement, “and look forward to working with the extraordinary team the city has assembled to serve Ontario’s residents, businesses, and community partners.”
Ochoa also served as city manager of Monrovia for nearly eight years, working his way up to the top job after an internship with the city during his senior year as a CMC government major led to a full-time position after graduation.
Ochoa, who will also lead the Ontario Housing Authority as executive director, will start his new position in November.