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ICMA, the International City/County Management Association, advances professional local government worldwide. Our mission is to create excellence in local governance by developing and fostering professional management to build livable communities that improve ... more.
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"This is an excellent example of how people from different organizations can come together for a common purpose and make a significant impact in a short amount of time," said Mosi Kitwana, director of ICMA Results Networks, which provides technical assistance and other services to local governments.
If you would like to find out how ICMA can support your community contact Craig Rapp, ICMA's member solutions manager at email@example.com or Mosi Kitwana, director of ICMA Technical Assistance firstname.lastname@example.org
Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio) Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio)
Mosi KitwanaMosi Kitwana is the Director of ICMA Techical Assistance - U.S., the technical assistance divison of ICMA.He has held this position since August 1997.In this position, Mr. Kitwana is responsible for general executive management and administration of the ICMA Domestic Technical Assistance including programs in sustainability, performance management, and governance.Mr. Kitwana has over 20 years of experience in local government, environmental management, community and economic development, and energy conservation.He currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Partners for Livable Communities - a national resource for building strong communities using cultural and natural assets, and is a former member of the Waste and Facility Sitiing Sub-Committee of the National Environmental Justice Advisory Council.He served as the deputy commissioner for sanitation for the City of Chicago, responsible for solid waste management.He directed a force of 2,500 employees, a $90 million annual operating budget and a $100 million annual capital budget.He also served local government at the American Public Works Association as the director of solid waste programs and the Secretary for the Institute for Solid Waste and also with the United States Conference of Mayors, where he directed the National Composting Program.His community and economic development career began in the early 1980's and included work for the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Metropolitan Planning Council of Chicago, and the Center for Neighborhood Technology, involving citizen involvement, public housing tenant-owned enterprise development, recycling, environmental justice and other regional and commmunity-based issues.Mr. Kitwana's educational credentials include a MCP from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a BS in Economics from Northeasthern University.Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio) Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio) Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio)
Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio) Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio) Moderator Mosi Kitwana, ICMA (Read bio)