City Administration

Emily Crawford

Emily Crawford, MSOD

Emily graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Wellness Promotion from Texas State University in 2000 and obtained a Master’s Degree in Organizational Development from Abilene Christian University in 2021. She completed the Public Executive Institute from the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, UT Austin, in 2015. 

Emily serves on the Brownwood Education Foundation Board and Brownwood Community Church. She also is active in the Texas City Management Association (TCMA), where she has held several roles including Region 3 Vice President and President, TCMA Director at-large, Membership Committee Chair, and Allies Committee member.

Emily and her husband, Scotty, have been married since 1996. They have an adult son and daughter-in-law and a teenage son. They enjoy traveling, hosting dinner parties, and all Brownwood has to offer.

Marshal McIntosh

Marshal McIntosh, MBA CPC CPM

McIntosh has served with the City of Brownwood since 2014 and currently serves as the Deputy City Manager.   

McIntosh holds a bachelor’s degree in Public and Media Communication, and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Howard Payne University. He is also a graduate of Texas Christian University’s Certified Public Communicator program from the Bob Schieffer College of Communication, and has completed the Texas Certified Public Manager Program through the William P. Hobby Center for Public Service at Texas State University. McIntosh is a member of the Texas City Management Association, Texas Municipal Information Officers, and Government Finance Officers Association of Texas.

McIntosh leads city-wide projects and initiatives, oversees administrative services, information technology, finance, communication efforts and is heavily involved with Economic Development with focus on retail, downtown, finance programs, and tourism promotion. 

McIntosh is a local government professional passionate about comprehensive community success and rewarded by difference-making.