The Pflugerville Community Development Corporation announced June 28 that Terri Toledo will serve as the interim executive director of the PCDC.


Toledo, who currently serves as the director of Management Services in the city of Pflugerville’s City Manager’s Office, was appointed by PCDC’s board during a special meeting June 25, according to a news release.

She also previously served as the communications director and public information officer for the city.

"Terri's background in public administration and her proven leadership within the city administration prepare her well to guide PCDC as we continue our executive director search,” Jeff Thompson, PCDC Board President said in the release. “Toledo’s leadership will build upon the strong foundations already in place, driving forward our mission to enhance economic vitality and quality of life in Pflugerville.”

Meanwhile, the PCDC is accepting applications for the executive director position through July 24.

The background

In April, former executive director Amy Madison announced her plans for retirement after more than a decade serving the city of Pflugerville. In her time with PCDC, Madison helped recruit 76 projects to the city and create over 7,000 new full-time jobs, according to a 2023 report conducted by Impact DataSource, an economic research and consulting firm.

Christian Kurtz served as the interim executive director after Madison’s departure, but has since accepted a new position as the director of the Liberty Hill Economic Development Corporation.

The PCDC is a Type B corporation, which was formed by voter approval in 2001, and is funded by a one-half-cent sales tax collection. The Pflugerville City Council appoints a seven-member board to oversee policy, and the organization employs six staff members to support programming and operations.