NACo Officers and County Officials
- NACo First Vice President Bryan Desloge represented NACo at the Mississippi Association of Supervisors Mid-Winter Legislative Conference in Hinds County (Jackson), Jan. 5–6 .
- Bert Jarreau, NACo chief innovation officer, was a panelist at the invitation-only CES Government Conference that took place in Las Vegas, Jan. 3–4 . He participated in the plenary roundtable panel discussion, “Body Worn, Surveillance and Data Security,” which explored the challenges presented by video and emerging technological capabilities.
- Akera Gamble is NACo’s leadership development manager. As part of the conference and leadership development team, she focuses on leadership and professional development content. Gamble previously worked with the American Camp Association as a professional development specialist.She received a bachelor’s degree in communications from Old Dominion University and a master’s degree in marketing from the University of Maryland.
- Michelle Price will assume project management responsibilities for the NACo Healthy Counties Initiative as the new health program manager. Price began Jan. 4. Previously, she worked as an associate for Gilbert LLP where she represented nonprofits in the areas of public health, education, women’s and civil rights. She received her bachelor’s degree in communications from University of Pennsylvania and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.