Jay Doyle has been in the construction industry for over 27 years, working in both public and private sectors. Currently, he serves as Senior Project Manager in the Project Management Department with the City of League City working with capital projects.
In public sector, he served as Director of Wastewater, Stormwater, and Construction with the City of Atlanta overseeing an annual budget of $3 Billion. Jay also worked with the City of Houston overseeing stormwater, street maintenance and construction, and wastewater. In the private sector, he served in the roles of Vice President of Operations & Construction, Operations Manager, and Senior Project Manager working in diverse construction projects, such as drainage, vertical, horizontal, and government projects.
Jay holds a bachelor’s degree from Prairie View A&M University, a master’s degree from Houston Graduate School of Theology, and a Certification in Public Manager (CPM) from Sam Houston State University. He is currently working on his doctorate in Transformational Leadership & Development at Bethel University.
Danny Carder serves as a Project Manager for the City of League City. His responsibilities include managing capital improvement projects with emphasis on drainage and park projects.
Danny has been with the City of League City since 2020. Before relocating to League City from Arkansas, he worked for over 10 years with the City of Hot Springs where he served as the Stormwater Division Manager and Engineering Construction Inspector for Capital Improvement Projects. Danny holds the following certifications: Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM), Certified Stormwater Manager (CSM), and Certified Project Manager (CPM).