Deputy County Executive Inaugurated as President of Virginia Local Government Management Association


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June 28, 2004

 

Deputy County Executive Inaugurated as President of Virginia Local Government Management Association

 

Deputy Fairfax County Executive Robert A. Stalzer was inaugurated as the president of the Virginia Local Government Management Association on Friday, June 25, at the Sheraton Oceanfront Hotel, Virginia Beach, Va.

“My primary goal as president will be to encourage as many members as possible to become credentialed managers through the International City/County Management Association's program,” said Stalzer, who begins his one-year presidential term on July 1. “Just as Fairfax County has been a leader in using technology to communicate with its residents and employees, I'd like to use technology to push more information out to the association’s membership. I’d especially like to promote opportunities for members to volunteer or serve the association and the profession.”

Over the past nine years, Stalzer has held a number of positions with the association. Most recently, he served as a first vice president responsible for budget and ethics from 2002 - 2003, and he chaired the technology committee during this period. From 2001 - 2002, he was a second vice president and liaison to the member support committee, chairing the member recruitment and retention committee, as well. Prior to that, Stalzer was a third vice president and chair of the professional development committee from 2000 - 2001. In 1999 - 2000, he was secretary and he chaired the 2000 winter conference. And, Stalzer spent two years on the executive committee from 1995 - 1997.

On June 1, 2000, Stalzer was appointed as deputy Fairfax County executive. In this capacity, he has been responsible for the emergency management, police, fire and rescue, public works and environmental services, planning and zoning, transportation, vehicle services, environmental coordination and neighborhood and community building operations.

Until joining the county, Stalzer was the town manager for Herndon, Va., from 1988 - 2000. For Roanoke County, Va., Stalzer served as director of planning and zoning from 1983 - 1988.

Stalzer holds a master’s degree in business administration from Syracuse University and a master’s degree in regional and city planning from the University of Oklahoma. In addition, he has been awarded with two honors from the International City/County Management Association: the 2002 Intergovernmental Cooperation Program Excellence Award and the 2000 Public Safety Program Excellence Award.

The Virginia Local Government Management Association is a nonprofit organization composed primarily of city, town and county managers and key members of their management teams. The association’s mission is to strengthen the quality of local government through professional management, offering training, networking and resource sharing to government managers.

For more information, contact the Office of the County Executive at 703-324-2531, TTY 703-222-5495.


 

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