David Villanueva, Assistant County Executive

David Villanueva, Assistant County Executive

David Villanueva is the Assistant County Executive for the Administrative Services Agency and was appointed by the County Executive in February 2011. 

David has responsibility​ for policy development, program planning, fiscal management, administration and coordination of programs and services related to the Administrative Services Agency. Included in the Agency are the departments of County Clerk-Recorder, Emergency Services, Finance, General Services, Personnel Services, Technology, and Voter Registration and Elections. David also oversees the sustainability manager for Sacramento County. In addition to direct oversight of these departments, he also is the County Executive's liaison f​or offices of the Civil Service Commission, Sacramento Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO), Employee's Retirement System, and the Library Joint Powers Authority (JPA).

Before this appointment, David had been Sacramento County's Chief Information Officer and Director of the Department of Technology. He was responsible for providing countywide information technology guidance and strategies to the Board, Executives, agencies, and departments.

Before joining Sacramento County in July 2008, David worked for the State of California, including Deputy Director and Chief Information Officer for the Department of General Services and as an accounting administrator with oversight responsibility in preparing and analyzing income and expense statements.

In his community, David was elected in 2007 to his local School Board and is continues to serve as the board president. He was appointed to his county's Design Review Committee, and Community Services Commission.

David has a California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, concentrating in Accountancy and Technology. He has completed CSUS Leadership for the Government Executive, and several California State Association of Counties (CSAC) leadership programs, including California County Senior Executive, CSAC Institute Fellow's Program. 

Outside of his work, he enjoys RV camping, visiting National, State, and local parks with his wife, and spending family time with his two college-aged children.