Mayor Scott Brook and Commissioner Roy Gold were recently re-appointed to the National League of Cities’ 2009 Leadership Training Council. The Leadership Training Council’s goal is to provide guidance and direction of the National League of Cities' Leadership Training Institute and to serve as a vehicle for the National League of Cities leadership positions.
“It’s quite an honor to continue to be a part of this National League of Cities Council that works so hard to create educational opportunities for elected officials from around the country,” Commissioner Gold said.
Council members identify leadership development needs and guide the program development of the annual Leadership summit, various Regional Leadership Institute training programs, as well as overall development and evaluation of all Leadership Training Institute seminar programs and events.
The Council consists of elected and appointed officials from across the United States. Council members, appointed by the President of the National League of Cities, serve a one-year term. The Leadership Training Council meets three times a year, at both of NLC's annual conferences and at the Annual Leadership Summit.
The National League of Cities is the oldest and largest national organization representing municipal governments throughout the United States. Its mission is to strengthen and promote cities as centers of opportunity, leadership and governance. For more information, visit www.nlc.org.