Georgetown's Gene Dvornick was recognized over the weekend as the Delaware League of Local Governments' Town Manager of the Year. Be sure to check out the Sept. 30 print edition of the Countian for a Q&A with Dvornick.


Georgetown's Gene Dvornick was recognized over the weekend as the Delaware League of Local Governments' Town Manager of the Year.

Prior to joining the Town of Georgetown, Dvornick served as Controller for the Invista Nylon Facility in Seaford, Delaware.  Gene brings 20 plus years of professional experience in business management, administration, accounting and finance. Work experiences include DuPont (Wilmington), Draper-King Cole (Milton) and Cannery Village (Milton).
 
Dvornick served three years as a Councilman in the Town of Milton and has participated on a number of statewide and local government initiatives: ViTAL Economy – Economic Development for Rural Communities (DEDO); Brownfield Process Redesign (DNREC); Communities in Transition (UD – College of Marine Studies) and most recently, Delaware Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy – Sussex County (DEDO). Additionally, in April of 2009, Gene was appointed by Gov. Jack Markell to the Clean Water Advisory Council.
 
Outside of work he is active as an assistant fire chief with the Milton Fire Department; Board  Member for the First State Community Action Agency and Treasurer of  the Milton Historical Society and Rehoboth Beach Film Society.

Dvornick resides in Milton.