Rogers, Frutchey and Norman earn ICMA Credentialed Manager Status

March 25, 2013
Congratulations to three Californians who recently became Credentialed Managers: Steve Rogers (City Manager, Yountville), Tom Frutchey (City Manager, Pacific Grove), and David Norman (Director of Community Development, Camarillo).  Their addition to the list raises the total for the state to 86, the 3rd highest total after North Carolina (108), Florida (107) and Illinois (94).
 
The ICMA Voluntary Credentialing Program recognizes professional local government managers qualified by a combination of education and experience, adherence to high standards of integrity, and an assessed commitment to lifelong learning and professional development. Managers are recognized by ICMA through a peer review credentialing process, and this self-directed program offers an opportunity for interested ICMA members to quantify the unique expertise they bring to their communities. The program also assists ICMA members in focusing and reflecting upon their lifelong professional development experience. Successful candidates earn the designation of ICMA Credentialed Manager granted by the ICMA Executive Board.
 
There is more information on ICMA's website.


 
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