City of Cupertino logoOn Tuesday, July 19 the Cupertino City Council unanimously appointed Pamela Wu as the new Cupertino City Manager. Her first day with the City will be Monday, August 29.

Wu brings more than 20 years of public sector experience to the City of Cupertino. She currently serves as the City of San Bruno’s Community and Economic Development Director. In her role, Wu oversees the Building, Planning, and Housing divisions. Prior to joining San Bruno, she worked at the City of Gilroy and the County of Santa Clara.

“The Cupertino City Council welcomes Pamela Wu as the City Manager of Cupertino with our unanimous support,” stated Mayor Darcy Paul. “As a community, we have done much work to ensure greater accountability to the public as well as to deliver services that are both more effective and more equitable, and I know that we will continue down this optimistic path with a great City Manager.”

Wu is a Lynbrook High School graduate who grew up in the Cupertino area and holds a bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley. She is married with two grown children, who are both graduates of Fremont High School.

“I’m grateful for the opportunity and the City Council’s confidence in me,” said Wu. “I’m also honored and look forward to leading the City and also to being part of the community.”