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You can find the About You tab by clicking Edit Profile at the top right of the page when you are signed in. Learn more about editing your profile.
Use the top section of the page to upload your photo, enter basic information, and set your password.
We encourage all users to upload a picture of themselves for their profile. Adding a photo helps other users identify you, and adds a personal character and the sense of community to the Knowledge Network.
Knowledge Network profile pictures are square. If the image you upload is rectangular, it will be automatically cropped to the a square in the center of your image. To avoid undesirable crops, you may want to first crop your picture yourself using any basic image editing program.
Once you have selected the best square image, save it to your computer and then upload to your profile.
Enter your name, designation, language ability, and a brief professional bio to appear on your profile.
If you ever need to change your site password, you can do so here. Click Change password, then enter your new password twice.
Click at the bottom of the page to save your new password.
About Your Work
Use the bottom section of the page to enter information about your current position and employer.
Enter your Job title and the name of your Organization or jurisdiction to appear on your profile.
Local Government Options
If you work for a local government, enter its name in the Organization box, then check This is a local government.
You will see options to enter your Department name and select one or more local government Functional areas that you work in from a list. Identifying your Job function, like Chief Administrative Officer, Parks & Recreation Director, or Engineer, helps other Knowledge Network users to find you when searching in Who’s Who.
Some changes are saved as you enter them. Click when you are finished editing this page to be sure that your profile is updated.
Note: If you’re an ICMA or Alliance for Innovation member, the information you enter here is synced with our member database.
Learn more about editing your profile:
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