OCCMA Board of Directors
The OCCMA Board consists of the president, president-elect, immediate past-president and eight directors who are active members of OCCMA. The board's role is to provide policy and operations guidance in carrying out the Association's purpose:
Meet the 2019 OCCMA Board of Directors
Join the OCCMA Board
In creating a proposed board for the OCCMA membership’s consideration, the Nominating Committee considers representation of all areas of the state, cities of all sizes, and includes one county member and one member serving in an assistant role. The association values increasing the diversity of the board and is always seeking people who want to advance the local government management profession.
Candidates for the OCCMA Board must meet all eligibility requirements in Article 7 of the OCCMA Bylaws: Any active member, as defined in Article 4, Section 2, having at least one-year’s membership in the Oregon City/County Management Association, may make application to the Secretary-Treasurer for a vacant position by the deadline stated in the Notice of Vacancy. In addition, active members applying to serve as President-Elect of the Association shall have a minimum of one year of service on the OCCMA Board. All applications for vacant positions will be reviewed by the Secretary-Treasurer for completeness and eligibility to serve.
The OCCMA Board is now accepting applications from current OCCMA members interested in serving on the board as director or president-elect. Candidates for president-elect must have previous service on the OCCMA board. Terms are three years beginning January 2020 and expiring December 2022.
Please submit completed applications to Megan George at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 pm on July 30, 2019.
New board members will join continuing board members November 7-8, 2019 in Silverton for the Board’s annual retreat. The board normally meets in January/February, April/May (during the Northwest Regional Managers Conference), July (during the OCCMA Summer Conference), September (during the OCCMA Fall Workshop) and October/November (annual board retreat).