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Tony Crapp, Jr. ’95 – College of Arts and Sciences Alumnus


As Miami city manager, Tony Crapp Jr. oversees the city’s workforce of approximately 4,000, and its operating budget of nearly $500 million. Crapp began his career in 1993 when then-newly elected Miami City Commissioner Tomás Regalado asked him to manage legislative initiatives.

He quickly rose through the ranks, becoming Regalado’s chief of staff at 25. During his tenure at Miami City Hall, Crapp has worked on several key pieces of legislation, including the creation of the City of Miami Community Relations Board and the Living Wage Ordinance Study Group.

As assistant city manager, he is credited with overhauling the city’s solid waste department and producing more than $1 million in non-fee-related revenues and cost savings.

In 2007, P.U.L.S.E, a historic civil rights advocacy organization in Miami-Dade County, awarded Crapp the Outstanding Community Service Award

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