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NLC Selects League’s Executive Director Chris McKenzie for Executive Search Committee

June 15, 2012

National League of Cities (NLC) President Ted Ellis has announced that with the retirement of Executive Director Don Borut, a new nine-member committee will head up the search for his replacement. League of California Cities’ Executive Director Chris McKenzie has been selected for the committee.

 

The committee will conduct interviews to select an executive search firm to help research potential candidates. Once potential candidates have identified, telephone and in-person interviews will be conducted before a candidate is selected. Retiring Executive Director Don Borut will end his tenure at the end of 2012, and it is anticipated that the new candidate will be announced in November during NLC’s Congress of Cities in Boston.

Other members of the Executive Search Committee include:

  • Marie Lopez Rogers, mayor, Avondale, Arizona, NLC First Vice President;
  • Chris Coleman, mayor, St. Paul, Minnesota, NLC Second Vice President;
  • Carl Brewer, mayor, Wichita, Kansas, NLC Board Member;
  • Bernita Sims, council member, High Point, North Carolina, NLC Board Member;
  • Debbie Quinn, council member, Fairhope, Alabama, Advisory Council Chair;
  • Matthew Greller, executive director, Indiana Association of Cities and Towns; and
  • Michael Sittig, executive director, Florida League of Cities.

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