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AAC's Villines named to National Council of County Association Executives Board

Friday, December 9, 2016 9:00 am

Chris Villines, executive director of the Association of Arkansas Counties, recently was named third vice-president of the National Council of County Association Executives (NCCAE) board.


Chris Villines, executive director of the Association of Arkansas Counties, recently was named third vice-president of the National Council of County Association Executives (NCCAE) board. NCCAE is an official affiliate of the National Association of Counties (NACo). As third vice-president, Villines will assume the role of president in 2019.

“It’s an honor to serve the NCCAE in a position of leadership,” said Villines. “County association executives are by far one of the most hard-working and welcoming group of people I’ve ever engaged, and we provide constant help to one another to seek out new and better ways to make our state associations more effective. It will be my privilege to serve my fellow executive directors in this capacity and I look forward to sharing with them the good things we are doing here in Arkansas.”

According to Jamie Richards, liaison to the NACo executive committee and board, NCCAE provides a vehicle through which its membership improves the administration of the various associations of counties and associations of county officials.

It provides a forum through which members meet and exchange information of importance, and it assists, in accordance with the policy determinations of the council, NACo in its efforts to promote and improve county government.

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