San Diego’s Human Capital

September 15, 2020

I’ve said it from Day 1, the City’s management is a mess. Now we know, the City Auditor agrees.

The consequences of poor executive leadership are many:

  1. A bloated middle-management of political public relations professionals puts downward pressure on the salaries of hardworking city employees who actually perform valuable services,
  2. The lack of a compensation strategy leads to arbitrary decision-making and an inability to attract new talent,
  3. Overpaying for a 50-year old building instead of exploring flex and remote-work opportunities to accommodate our workforce is just stupid, and
  4. Failing to ensure equal pay for equal work is just unfair.

I’ve started multi-million dollar businesses that employed hundreds of employees. I’ve started impactful nonprofits that have served our community. And I’ve made tough decisions.

I know that building a strong, effective organization requires clear goals, teamwork and accountability.

When I say I could care less about building a political career, I’m serious. There’s no time for a Mayor who has a little black book of lobbyists, special interests, and political insiders to please.

I will listen to the City Auditor’s Human Capital Report. I will execute on my Roadmap to Recovery. And I promise that, with real solutions, we can clean up the mess that years of empty promises have created.

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Let’s get to work,

Barbara Bry

Businesswoman. Leader. Empowerer.

2020 Mayoral Candidate |

(619) 452-0522

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