Boulder city manager named ICMA president

Jane Brautigam

BOULDER — Boulder city manager Jane Brautigam has been tapped to serve a one-year term as president of the International City/County Management Association, an organization that supports local government professionals.

As ICMA president, Brautigam leads the 21-member ICMA executive board, which sets organizational priorities, oversees ICMA management, and enforces the group’s code of ethics, according to an ICMA news release.

“Public service is an opportunity to help influence communities in ways that make a positive difference in the lives of people every day,” Brautigam said in a prepared statement. “ICMA supports our efforts as local government professionals, as we seek to help people shape their own safer places, stronger communities and better futures. Continuing to grow the profession of management through an emphasis on public service in support of communities is ICMA’s future.”

Jane Brautigam

BOULDER — Boulder city manager Jane Brautigam has been tapped to serve a one-year term as president of the International City/County Management Association, an organization that supports local government professionals.

As ICMA president, Brautigam leads the 21-member ICMA executive board, which sets organizational priorities, oversees ICMA management, and enforces the group’s code of ethics, according to an ICMA news release.

“Public service is an opportunity to help influence communities in ways that make a positive difference in the lives of people every day,” Brautigam said in a prepared statement. “ICMA supports our efforts as local government professionals, as we seek to help people shape their own safer places, stronger communities and better futures. Continuing to grow the profession of management through an emphasis on public service in support of communities is ICMA’s future.”