Who is a member?
Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
The Massachusetts Municipal Management Association serves about 250 appointed chief and assistant municipal managers and administrators in Massachusetts cities and towns. The MMMA was established in the mid-1970s and exists under its parent organization, the MMA.
• The Massachusetts Municipal Management Association will hold its Annual Business Meeting on January 25, 2020.
The MMMA operates under a set of bylaws, and its members adhere to a strict code of professional ethics. The MMMA’s motto is, “Dedicated to the Improvement of Local Government,” a core tenet of professional municipal managers.
The Mission of the Massachusetts Municipal Management Association is:
• To provide professional support to the membership
• To promote discussion, exchange and development of ideas and strategies on local government and professional management issues
• To provide professional development through education and specialized training opportunities
• To promote management with high ethical standards in Massachusetts cities and towns
• To actively support membership and participation in the association and profession
• To develop and monitor legislative items which affect the municipal management profession
The mission of the Nancy Galkowski Legacy Fund is to assist with defraying the costs of professional development, training and mentoring opportunities for current and future local government administrators and to ensure that the Massachusetts Municipal Management Association has the resources to support future conferences and other learning opportunities in the region.
Download the application for more information. The deadline for the 2019 Nancy Galkowski Fund is May 31. It will be awarded in July.
Contact Senior Member Services Coordinator Denise Baker at the MMA by using the form below or calling 617-426-7272, ext. 105.
Paul Bockelman, town manager, Amherst
Kellie Hebert, town administrator, Topsfield
Kate Hodges, assistant town manager, Concord
Nina Nazarian, town administrator, Princeton
This 13-member elected Executive Committee is assisted by various special committees.
Have a question about the Management Association, the role of town managers and administrators, or town government? Contact Senior Member Services Coordinator Denise Baker using this form.