Los Alamos County Clerk Elected VP of NMAC

NMAC News:

CLOVIS – Los Alamos County Clerk Sharon Stover was elected vice president of the New Mexico Association of Counties (NMAC) June 20 at the 77th Annual Conference in Curry County.

Stover has served as the NMAC treasurer and board representative for Los Alamos County. Previously, she was a Los Alamos County Councilor and involved with economic development in her community. She was chosen as part of the new leadership by her peer elected officials to help guide the NMAC Board of Directors representing all 33 counties in New Mexico.

“New Mexico’s counties will be well represented with Commissioner Garcia on the new officer team,” NMAC Executive Director Paul Gutierrez said. “She has been extremely involved with her community, Santa Fe and Washington, D.C. and brings a wealth of knowledge to the Board.”

Stover assumed the new responsibility at the conclusion of the NMAC Annual Conference and will co-host her first Board meeting in Colfax County Aug. 1-2.

“I am honored to serve on the board and look forward to working with the new leadership and staff in continuing to build a strong NMAC organization,” she said.

New Mexico Association of Counties is a non-profit, nonpartisan association representing and serving New Mexico’s 33 counties. As a professional association of county elected officials and employees. NMAC supports and promotes the idea that all county elected officials and professional county employees must have the opportunity to act together to solve problems and to work for the progress of county governments in New Mexico. NMAC provides numerous programs and services to counties including legislative representation, self-insurance, legal assistance and professional development. For more information and updates on our events, programs and other initiatives, visit www.nmcounties.org.


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