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Author Rabia Siddique kicked off the 103rd ICMA Annual Conference with her message of how one person has the power to create change.
ICMA and our members are committed to ensuring that local governments and the association reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.
ICMA is invested in supporting the advancement of women in the profession. Measuring progress is a key component to our efforts.
"Women should not wait to be asked. If not you, then who? Aim for the top and be the leader you want to follow." —Jan Perkins
Women in Texas attended this free professional development opportunity hosted by ICMA, WLG, and Cigna.
Bridging entrenched or systemic divides isn’t easy, but opening up a dialogue can be the first step toward building community.
Evanston set about doing intentional, focused, and good work around the issues of equity and empowerment, and committed to doing so in full conversation with the community.
The 2017 ICMA Regional Summits featured a special session titled Equity and Inclusivity in the Workplace and Our Communities.
Providing unique resources to Hispanic/Latino local government professionals.
Dedicated to the advancement of black public leadership in local and state governments.
To help women succeed in public service by developing leadership skills and through networking.