Mayor Krewson Appoints New City Supply Commissioner

Mayor Krewson has appointed Pamela Kuehling as City of St. Louis Supply Commissioner.

August 16, 2017 | 2 min reading time

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Mayor Krewson has appointed Pamela Kuehling as City of St. Louis Supply Commissioner.

Prior to her appointment, Kuehling worked with United Way of Greater St. Louis as executive in residence for strategic planning while also managing her business, Simplify the Office, LLC, which specializes in strategic business planning consultations.

Kuehling is an active member of the St. Louis community, receiving Volunteer of the Year from the Frontenac Chamber of Commerce and the Missouri Quality Award Examiner for the Midwest Excellence Institute. Kuehling graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Business Administration. She will be sworn in  September 5

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