Do you know someone who has provided assistance to a member in career transition (MICT)? If so, consider nominating them for recognition through the new MIT Lifesaver Award!
Anybody who has been an MICT knows it is a very difficult time and any assistance provided by their fellow ILCMA members is greatly appreciated. The Membership Services Committee has developed a way to recognize ILCMA members who assist MICTs. A lifesaver-ring lapel pin will be awarded to members who provide significant, tangible assistance to an ILCMA MICT. Significant, tangible assistance may include sharing a room at an ILCMA or ICMA conference, adding an MICT to an interview process, hiring an MICT part-time, full-time, or for a special project, or inviting an MICT to a regional managers’ lunch. Applications are available on the ILCMA website and may be submitted to the Secretariat who will provide the information to the Membership Services Committee for review.
Lifesaver Award Recipients:
Mark Rooney, Village Manager, Carpentersville
James Arndt, City Administrator, Effingham
Kathleen Gargano, Village Manager, Hinsdale
Scott Coren, City Administrator, Highwood
Matt Fritz, Village Administrator, Coal City
Jim Grabowski, City Manager, Elmhurst
Cara Pavlicek, Village Manager, Oak Park
Ghida Neukirch, City Manager, Highland Park
Katy Rush, Retired