Kraft held the Dallas County CIO position since September 2020, according to her LinkedIn profile. She announced her new role Monday via the social platform.
“I am honored to be part of an organization that truly values innovation and embraces a strong sense of purpose. From day one, it was evident that [the] city of Frisco is committed to driving positive change and aligning it with Frisco’s core values,” she wrote.
Kraft will oversee 50 full-time employees, according to city documents. The city, one of the fastest growing in the nation, employs about 1,750 full-time workers, and the ITS budget is $15.4 million.