Twin Falls City Manager Named One of the State’s Top Leaders
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX) – Twin Falls City Manager Travis Rothweiler has been named one of Idaho’s top leaders by Idaho Business Review as part of its “CEO of Influence” program, which recognizes leaders in business, nonprofit and government sectors.
Rothweiler, who was named city manager in 2011, formerly worked as assistant city manager in Twin Falls and city manager in Jerome.
“Rothweiler’s leadership has contributed to significant, yet sustainable growth in the City of Twin Falls,” Mayor Shawn Barigar said in a statement on the city’s website. “Under his leadership, our community has experienced upwards of $1 billion in capital investments and the creation of some 5,000 jobs. And he’s committed to providing outstanding service to the city’s customers by inspiring employees throughout the organization.”
According to IBR, the statewide business publication annually recognizes leaders who “consistently demonstrate strong leadership, integrity, values, vision, commitment to excellence, financial performance, community and diversity.” Recipients are selected by a committee of past honorees.
IBR also recognized eight other individuals as a 2016 CEO of Influence. Each will be honored at an awards ceremony from 5:30-9 p.m. May 11 at the Riverside Hotel in Boise.