Mr. Dacumos has over 12 years of experience in government and has spent the past 5 years in community development. He began his career as an aide to Congressman George Miller (retired) handling constituent services and case management. Following graduate school, Christopher pursued a career in local government working for the San Mateo County Transportation District (Samtrans, Caltrain, and the San Mateo County Transportation Authority), the Town of Hillsborough, and the City of Redwood City.
His local government experience includes project management, policy analysis, fund and grants programming, fee development, capital program budgeting, contracts and procurement, public works administration, staffing analysis, land negotiations and property management.
With the City of Redwood City, Christopher managed the Ferry Financial Feasibility Study and Cost-Benefit & Economic Impact Analyses. The effort involved coordination between the City, the Port of Redwood City, and the Water Emergency Transportation Authority.
Mr. Dacumos is adept at working across departments with the ability to digest complex ideas or processes and build partnerships with different functional areas. A recent example is working with the Chief Building Official to adopt Reach Codes and identifying potential impacts to the City’s efforts to promote housing construction.