The National Association of County Administrators (NACA) encourages professional development for county administrators and provides information and resources to its members to improve the management of county government. NACA's purpose is achieved through the following:
- Sharing knowledge, information, and experience among the members of the association.
- Assisting counties with the establishment or improvement of effective county administration in the United States.
- Encouraging continued professional development of county administrators.
- Developing and maintaining a professional association with the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in order to assist the National Association of County Administrators (NACA) and ICMA to achieve their general goals and objectives.
- Assisting the National Association of Counties (NACo) on matters having an impact on county government.
NACA Officers and Regional Representatives: 2018-2019
Former County Manager, Johnson County, Kansas
County Administrator, McHenry County, Illinois
County Administrator, Loudoun County, Virginia
Deputy County Manager, Arlington County, Virginia
REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS
County Administrator, Franklin County, Ohio
Chief Administrator, El Paso County, Texas
County Administrator, Livingston County, New York
County Manager - Pender County, North Carolina
County Administrator, Contra Costa County, California
County Administrator, Peoria County, Illinois
County Administrator, El Paso County, Colorado
County Manager, Adams County, Pennsylvania
Deputy County Administrator, York County, Virginia
County Administrator, Lane County, Oregon
County Manager, Iron County, Michigan
ICMA BOARD LIAISON
County Manager, Coconino County, Arizona
MANAGING EDITOR - JOURNAL OF COUNTY ADMINISTRATION
Public Service Professor, Rockefeller College, State University of New York at Albany