Front Row (from left to right): Robert J. O'Neill, executive director, ICMA, Washington, DC; Stephen F. Parry, chief executive, Gore District Council, Southland, New Zealand (international region); John P. Bohenko, city manager, Portsmouth, New Hampshire (northeast region); Andrew E. Neiditz, city manager, Lakewood, Washington (west coast region); Sam S. Gaston, city manager, Mountain Brook, Alabama (past president); Bonnie Svrcek, deputy city manager, Lynchburg, Virginia (president); Simon Farbrother, city manager, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (president-elect); David C. Johnstone, city manager, Candiac, Quebec, Canada (international region); Troy S. Brown, assistant city manager, Livermore, California (west coast region); Lee Feldman, city manager, Fort Lauderdale, Florida (southeast region); Mark L. McDaniel, city manager, Tyler, Texas (mountain plains region); Mary E. Jacobs, assistant city manager, Sierra Vista, Arizona (mountain plains region).
Back Row (from left to right): Rodney S. Gould, city manager, Santa Monica, California (west coast region); Peter Agh, city manager, Nove Zamky, Slovakia (international region); Robert Kiely, Jr., city manager, Lake Forest, Illinois (midwest region); Edwin L. Worsley, Jr., deputy county manager, Durham County, North Carolina (southeast region); Christopher Anderson, city administrator, Central City, Nebraska (mountain plains region); Michele E. Meade, township manager, Livingston, New Jersey (northeast region); Michelle Crandall, administrative services director, Dublin, Ohio (midwest region); Andrew K. Pederson, village manager, Bayside, Wisconsin (midwest region); Kenneth L. Chandler, Portsmouth, Virginia; Jennifer Kimball, assistant city manager, Rockville, Maryland (northeast region).
How the ICMA Executive Board Functions
ICMA’s 21-member Executive Board acts in the capacity of directors, overseeing the organization’s financial, member-related, and programmatic affairs and selecting the ICMA president. The board also enforces the organization’s Code of Ethics, which governs the professional and personal conduct of the membership. Board members attend four board meetings annually.
The ICMA Executive Board is made up of the president, president-elect, past president, and 18 vice presidents. Three vice presidents are from each of the organization’s five U.S. regions (e.g., the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Mountain Plains, and West Coast); with the remaining three vice presidents coming from countries outside the U.S.
View a list of current ICMA Executive Board members by position/region.