Deputy County Administrators


Charlie BishopCharlie Bishop

Deputy County Administrator

(941) 748-4501 ext. 3004
[email protected]

Charles (Charlie) Bishop was raised to believe in his country as a third-generation military veteran. At 18 he joined the United States Air Force where he earned his Masters Degree in Public Administration. After 20 years of service, and as a retired veteran, Charlie found another way to serve. In 2001 he started his career as a Project Manager and found a place to call home in Manatee County.

In 2002, Charlie was ready to take his passion for his work to the next level and earned his Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification from the Project Management Institute. Charlie’s determination to make a difference grew, and through education and experience he soon advanced his career into management. In addition to his role as a Project Manager, he has served as the Facilities Services Manager, Infrastructure Division Manager, Construction Services Division Manager, and, for the almost 12 years, the Director of Property Management.

Courtney De Pol

Deputy County Administrator

(941) 748-4501 ext 3887
[email protected]

Courtney De Pol oversees the Utilities and Development Services Departments for Manatee County Government. She started her career with Manatee County in January, 2022, taking over the Development Services Department. Since that time, she has helped reorganize, recruit talent and relaunch a more-customer-focused department. Prior to her time with Manatee County, De Pol worked with the Federal Government, Department of the Navy, local government and the private sector.

De Pol earned her Civil Engineering degree from Vanderbilt University and has graduate coursework in engineering management from Pennsylvania State University. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in civil engineering. 


Deputy County Administrator Robert Reinshuttle

Robert Reinshuttle

Deputy County Administrator

(941) 748-4501 ext. 3783
[email protected]

Robert Reinshuttle was a senior official with the statewide Florida Association of Community Health Centers Inc., where he served for more than a decade as Chief Operating Officer of the organization. Mr. Reinshuttle holds a Master’s in Public Administration (MPA) and coursework toward a DPA. He also completed a certificate program in management from the Florida Institute of Government at Florida State University.

Robert has a strong background in policy development and legislative affairs, having been senior staff with the Senate Majority Leader of the Michigan Senate, as well as Director of the Washington D.C. office of the Texas Governor and senior staff to two Florida Governors. In addition, he has worked with elected officials across the country having served as Deputy Director of Washington D.C. operations for the Council of State Governments, Director of the National Association of Secretaries of State and Interim Director of the Southern Governors Association.

Mr. Reinshuttle led the Florida Governor’s Welfare Reform Task Force and received several awards from the State of Florida including work on several studies in his capacity as Policy Director for the Agency for Health Care Administration.