Elizabeth Stahlman

stahlman-elizabeth-headshotElizabeth Stahlman

City Administrator

City of Frostburg

In April, Elizabeth Stahlman became the first woman to be appointed as the city administrator for Frostburg.

Stahlman, who previously served as the city’s director of community development, is determined to make Frostburg work more effectively for residents and its 54 city workers.

“When I assumed the role of administrator earlier this year, I was walking into a successful organization with a good team of employees,” Stahlman said. “However, one thing that I have committed to is improving the level of service, by improving the relationships with and benefits for the city’s employees.  I have made a concerted effort to know each of my employees by name.”

Stahlman said her confidence, tenacity and ability to find resolutions to complex problems make her well-suited to run the city of approximately 9,000 residents.

“Working for the city of Frostburg for the past seven years, I have demonstrated my ability and commitment to the community, and have been entrusted to ensure the city runs smoothly on a day-to-day basis,” she said.

This is a winner profile from The Daily Record's 2019 Leading Women awards. Information for this profile was sourced from the honoree's application for the award.