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Government Bivens, Jordan among local leaders on National League of Cities leadership
Government Bivens, Jordan among local leaders on National League of Cities leadership

Bivens, Jordan among local leaders on National League of Cities leadership

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The National League of Cities (NLC) announced Tuesday, Nov. 28, its 2018 leadership and board of directors at the 2017 City Summit conference in Charlotte.

The goal of the board of directors is to provide strategic direction and guidance for the NLC’s federal advocacy, governance and membership activities.

Texas additions to the NLC Board of Directors:

Members of the board of directors serve a two-year term unless otherwise noted. Federal advocacy committee chairs serve a one-year term (marked by an asterisk).

Gyna Bivens, councilmember, Fort Worth (Community & Economic Development Chair)*

Carlie Jones, councilmember, Forest Hill

Jungus Jordan, councilmember, Fort Worth

John Kinnaird, councilmember, Waco (Finance, Administration & Intergovernmental Relations Chair)*

Tito Rodriguez, councilmember, North Richland Hills

Texas members of the full 2018 NLC Board of Directors:

Gyna Bivens, councilmember, Fort Worth (Community & Economic Development Chair)

Larry Green, councilmember, Houston

Carlie Jones, councilmember, Forest Hill

Jungus Jordan, councilmember, Fort Worth

John Kinnaird, councilmember, Waco (Finance, Administration & Intergovernmental Relations Chair)

Tito Rodriguez, councilmember, North Richland Hills

The NLC aims to helping city leaders build better communities as a resource and advocate for 19,000 cities, towns and villages, and represents more than 218 million Americans.

www.nlc.org.


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