National League of Cities Elects 2015 Leadership and Board of Directors
Nov 23 14
National League Of Cities named its 2015 leadership and board of directors at the annual Congress of Cities and Exposition in Austin, Texas. The organization elected Mayor Ralph Becker of Salt Lake City, Utah to serve as NLC's 2015 president, Councilmember Melodee Colbert Kean of Joplin, Mo. as first vice president, and Councilman Matt Zone of Cleveland, Ohio. All officers are selected by a 15-member nominating committee and are elected by NLC's membership to serve a one-year term. NLC's 2014 president, Mayor Chris Coleman, will serve as the organization's immediate past president. 14 elected officials and four state municipal league director will serve a two-year term: Matthew Appelbaum, mayor, Boulder, Colo. Wally Campbell, councilmember, Goodyear, Ariz. Dennis Doyle, mayor, Beaverton, Ore. Jasmine Gore, vice mayor, Hopewell, Va. Elvi Gray-Jackson, assembly member, Anchorage, Alaska. Mary Hamann-Roland, mayor, Apple Valley, Minn. Klaus Hanson, councilmember, Laramie, Wy. Michael Kasperzak, councilmember, Mountain View, Calif. Kathy Maness, town council, Lexington, Ky. Thomas McCarthy, council president, Bridgeport, Conn. Bill Peloza, councilmember, Auburn, Wash. Jermaine Reed, councilmember, Kansas City, Mo. Michael Sesma, councilmember, Gaithersburg, Md. P.C. Wu, councilmember, Pensacola, Fla. Matt Greller, executive director, Indiana Association of Cities and Towns. Alan Kemp, executive director, Iowa League of Cities Lamar Norton, executive director, Georgia Municipal League. Bennett Sandlin, executive director, Texas Municipal League. One elected official will serve a one-year term: Leland Cheung, city councilor, Cambridge, Mass.
National League Of Cities Presents at Milken Institute Global Conference 2014, Apr-28-2014 03:15 PM
Apr 24 14
National League Of Cities Presents at Milken Institute Global Conference 2014, Apr-28-2014 03:15 PM. Venue: Lon Angeles, California, United States. Speakers: Leon Andrews, Senior Fellow, Institute for Youth, Education and Families.
National League of Cities Announces Information Technology & Communications Steering Committee Appointments
Jan 17 14
Gary Resnick, Mayor of the City of Wilton Manors, Florida has been appointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) 2014 Information Technology & Communications Steering Committee. As a member of the committee, Mayor Resnick will play a key role in shaping NLC's policy positions and advocate on behalf of America's cities and towns before Congress, with the Administration and at home. The chair of this year's Information Technology & Communications Committee is Beth Martinez Humenik, councilmember, Thornton, Colo. Serving as this year's vice chairs are Jeffrey Quibell, councilmember, Blue Springs, Mo. and Phil Goldstein, councilmember, Marietta, Ga.