Key People & Contacts
Troy is responsible for the overall physical development and economic health of Bentonville. Calling upon his two decades of experience and current position as the Deputy Commanding General of the Army National Guard, Combined Arms Center, Troy traverses the constant changing landscape of this rapidly growing city. In this multidiscipline leadership role, Troy leads the overall community and economic development functions for the City of Bentonville while being a champion and advocate for locating new and expanding current businesses in the city.
Brian is responsible for facilitating community and economic development planning and initiatives while identifying and fostering community economic development opportunities. By acting as a liaison between the public sector and private sector, Brian connects the dots for site consultants, businesses, industries, organizations and individuals throughout the economic development process. Brian has been with the City of Bentonville since 1999 working in various departments. His deep knowledge of city government serves those seeking to invest in Bentonville very well. Brian completed the requirement for the Professional Community and Economic Development certification in 2015.
With twelve years of city planning experience, Danielle is well-versed in all aspects of city planning and community development. Danielle is focused on achieving positive results of strategic plans and working with departments within the city as well as businesses, organizations and individuals who are interested in participating in the exceptional growth of the City of Bentonville. She holds a BS in Urban Planning, MA in Public Administration, and a graduate certificate in Project Management. Danielle graduated from Leadership Benton County in 2006, is the President of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Planning Association, President of the Arkansas Urban Forestry Council, and a Committee Chair for the NWA Business Women’s Conference.