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Mixin’ it up with Bonnie Svrcek, City of Lynchburg, VA

For the second year in a row, ELGL will be co-hosting an event at the ICMA Conference. This year we’re bringing a couple of pianos and booking a much larger room. More than 500 local government professionals from all areas of local government will attend. Registration will continue until we reach maximum capacity. We recommend … Continued

From My Perspective: #13Percent by Bonnie Svrcek

We’re committed to keeping the #13Percent issue at the forefront of local government discussions.  Periodically, we’ll post “From My Perspective” blog posts from ELGL members on the topic of women in local government leadership.  Here’s a post from SE ELGL Advisory Board member Bonnie Svrcek.  Bonnie is a former ICMA president and the Deputy City … Continued

99 ICMA Presidents and Bonnie Svrcek Is One – Updated with Agenda

ELGL Welcomes ICMA President Bonnie Svrcek to Oregon – Meeting Agenda Join ELGL on July 18, 2013 at Noon for a presentation from ICMA President Bonnie Svrcek. Bonnie is the 2nd woman president in the 99-year history of ICMA. The forum will be in the 8th floor conference room at the Columbia Square office building at 111 SW Columbia St, Portland OR. Related … Continued

Just One Thing: Lessons in Leadership From ICMA President Bonnie Svrcek

Join ELGL on July 18, 2013 at Noon for a presentation from ICMA President Bonnie Svrcek. The forum will be in the 8th floor conference room at the Columbia Square office building at 111 SW Columbia St, Portland OR, so bring your lunch and come learn with us. ICMA President Svrcek is encouraging local government leaders to … Continued

ICMA President Bonnie Svrcek Forum with ELGL

We are excited to announce that ICMA President Bonnie Svrcek will be the ELGL featured speaker on July 18, 2013. Details to follow. Bonnie Svrcek is the current Deputy City Manager for the City of Lynchburg, Virginia. Bonnie Svrcek was appointed Deputy City Manager in June 1999. In this position, she oversees the City’s Office of the … Continued

…Because You Can’t be What You Don’t See

This article is a guest post by Christine Edwards,  Community Relations Coordinator at Mecklenburg Couty.  Christine is a member of the ELGL Diversity Dashboard team as well as President of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) Southern Piedmont Chapter and NFBPA National Committee Member for Marketing & Branding.  Christine will lead the “Chat … Continued

Final: 2018 Chris Traeger Award Nominees

The Chris Traeger List recognizes the top 100 influencers in local government. Link: 2016 Traeger Award and 2017 Traeger Award. Throughout the week, ELGL members were tracking the list of 2018 nominees on the ELGL member dashboard. We’ll update the list for non-members every Friday. Members and non-members can submit nominations until September 24. Aaron Foley, Chief Storyteller, City … Continued

Advancing the #13Percent Initiative

In the aftermath of ELGL’s launch of the #13Percent Initiative in 2014, numerous states have launched programming aimed at increasing the low percentage of women in chief administrative roles in local government. The upcoming release of Diversity Dashboard data shows that our profession is continuing to struggle in making significant progress. Below is another opportunity … Continued

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