Thomas J. Street
Assistant Chief Administrative Officer
Thomas J. Street is currently serving as an Assistant Chief Administrative Officer for Montgomery County, Maryland. He is one of four such administrators within the County’s management team, and supports and advises the Chief Administrative Officer in the areas of customer service, emergency response, re-development, and transportation. Mr. Street’s areas of responsibility include oversight of the County’s MC311 Initiative and coordinating issues such as Wheaton revitalization, inclement weather response, pedestrian safety, the Purple Line and Corridor Cities Transitway mass transit projects, and affordable housing. He has worked in Public Sector Financial Management for 29 years and in the Private Sector as an owner of an ecommerce company and partner in a financial advisory practice for six years. Tom began his career as Budget Analyst for Montgomery County, Maryland but spent the majority of his Public Sector career with the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC). While at WSSC, Tom was the Director of Budget and Financial Planning for eight years, and the Chief of Strategic Planning and Business Development for two years. He led staff efforts in developing the Commission’s annual operating and capital budgets and Capital Improvements Programs, its first formal multi-year financial plan, and first strategic plan.
Tom is a past president and board member of the Maryland-D.C. Utilities Association and has been a guest lecturer for the World Bank, Caribbean Development Bank, Maryland-China Business Council and U.S. Department of Environmental Protection.
Mr. Street has a BA from The University of Florida and a Master’s in Public Administration from The American University in Washington, D.C.