City Manager & Staff
Bunting began her career with the City of Hampton as an assistant to the city manager in January of 1990. In January 1995 she was promoted to assistant city manager.
Highlights of her career include the creation of the award-winning 3-1-1 Customer Call Center, consolidation of three separate permit functions into a Central Permit Office, development of Hampton’s Crime and Grime campaign, organization of innovative neighborhood initiatives, including the creation of the Neighborhood Office, and coordination of the city’s emergency planning and response efforts for Hurricane Isabel and Tropical Storm Ernesto. In 2012, she was named a White House Local Innovation Champion of Change. See other honors and awards the city has earned.
Bunting has a master's degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University and a bachelor of arts degree from Johns Hopkins University. She and her husband Mark have three children: Parker, Carter, and Hannah.
The assistant city manager oversees leisure services (libraries, Parks and Recreation, and quality government (311, HR, Finance, Fleet, I.T., and other administrative departments). DeProfio also oversees the City Budget process and works on special projects as assigned and is the staff liaison for several regional boards, including Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization.
The assistant city manager oversees public safety (police and fire) as well as youth and family programs (Human Services, Health Department, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Unity Commission).
Director of federal facilities support manages and coordinates relationships with Langley Air Force Base, NASA Langley Research Center, the National Park Service, the Veterans Affairs Medical Center and other federal facilities in the area.
Other administrative staff
- Senior Executive Assistant - Donna Hodges
- Executive Assistant - Annette Oakley and Shelley Shiflett
- Customer Service Specialist - Carolyn Weaver