Friday, July 7, 2023–10:06 a.m.
-GMA News Release-
Rome City Commissioner Randy Quick has been sworn in as a member of the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) Board of Directors for the 2023-2024 term.
Mr. Quick will serve as 1st Vice President of District One. This year’s Board of Directors was elected and installed during GMA’s Annual Convention in Savannah, which was held June 23 – 27.
Commissioner Quick is in his 6th year of service on the Rome City Commission and has been very active in the Georgia Municipal Association during his time as an elected official.
“We are pleased to have Commissioner Quick serving in this leadership position,” said GMA CEO and Executive Director Larry Hanson. “He is well respected by his colleagues and will provide excellent guidance to the GMA Board of Directors.”
The 63-member board consists of active city officials, primarily mayors and councilmembers, from across the state. Seats are also designated for the presidents of the Georgia City-County Management Association, the Georgia Municipal Clerks Association and the GMA City Attorneys Section, as well as the chair of the Georgia Municipal Employees Benefit System Board of Trustees.
GMA’s Board of Directors provides general oversight and guidance to the 537-member organization, adopts governance policies and advocates for cities’ legislative interests at the state and federal levels.
Based in Atlanta, GMA is a voluntary, non-profit organization that provides legislative advocacy, educational, employee benefit and consulting services to all of Georgia’s 537 cities. GMA anticipates and influences the forces shaping Georgia’s cities and to provide leadership, tools and services that assist municipal governments in becoming more innovative, effective and responsive.
Created in 1933, the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) is the only state organization that represents municipal governments in Georgia. For more information, visit www.gacities.com.