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Anna Lisa Doll

Anna Lisa Doll, American municipal official. Connecticut scholar, 1973-1977, Jonas Clark scholar, 1973-1977, Housing and Urban Development intern, 1977-1979; recipient Distinguished Budget Presentation award, Government Finance Officers Association, 1987-1992.


  • Doll, Anna Lisa was born on May 21, 1955 in Stuttgart, Germany. Daughter of Paul Napoleon and Akiko (Kinoshita) Cyr.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Clark University, 1976. Master of Public Administration, University Missouri, Kansas City, 1979.


    • Health planning associate Texas Area 5 Health Systems Agency, Irving, 1980-1981. Senior planning associate Harris Methodist Health Systems, Fort Worth, 1981-1983. Administrative assistant City of Grand Prairie, Texas, 1983-1985, budget director, 1985-1992, deputy city manager, since 1993.

      Budget reviewer Government Finance Officer Association, Grand Prairie, 1986-1992.


    • Author, editor Budget Books for City of Grand Prairie, 1986-1993.


    Deacon Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, Bedford, Texas, since 1993, leader Girl Scouts of America, Grand Prairie, since 1994. Member International City Managers Association, Civic Orators Toastmasters (treasurer, secretary), Texas City Managers Association, North Texas City Managers Association.



    Jogging, reading, aerobics, cooking.


    • Married John Thomas Doll, September 6, 1980. Children: Andrew Bryant, Lindsey Nicole.
    • father: Paul Napoleon Cyr
    • mother: Akiko (Kinoshita) Cyr
    • spouse: John Thomas Doll
    • children: Andrew Bryant Doll
    • Lindsey Nicole Doll
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    Born March 21, 1955
    (age 61)
    • 1976
      Clark University
    • 1979
      University Missouri
    • 1980 - 1981
      Health planning associate, Texas Area 5 Health Systems Agency
      Irving, Texas, United States
    • 1981 - 1983
      senior, planning associate Harris Methodist Health Systems
      Fort Worth, Texas, United States
    • 1983 - 1985
      administrative assistant, City of Grand Prairie
      Texas, United States