Lt Governor-Elect Miller to Address Women’s and Diversity Caucuses at #MACoCon

Lieutenant Governor-elect Aruna Miller will address MACo Winter Conference attendees at the Women of MACo and County Officials Diversity Caucus joint reception.

The Maryland Association of Counties (MACo) is pleased to host Lieutenant Governor-elect Aruna Miller at MACo’s upcoming Winter Conference. The Lieutenant Governor-elect will address the joint reception hosted by the Maryland County Officials Diversity Caucus (Diversity Caucus) and the Women of MACo affinity groups at the in-person conference in Cambridge, Maryland.

The joint reception will be held on Wednesday, January 4, 2023; 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm. It will be hosted by Diversity Caucus President the Honorable Craig Mathies, Somerset County Commissioner and Women of MACo President the Honorable MC Keegan-Ayer, Frederick County Council President.

The Diversity Caucus provides an organizational structure for county elected officials of minority descent and gender to empower, represent, and respond to issues affecting the most vulnerable communities and constituencies; to promote legislation and policies beneficial to the people they represent; and to serve as a central point for information and participation within the Maryland Association of Counties.

The mission of the Diversity Caucus is to foster current and future leaders from within the community of elected officials of minority descent and in Maryland county government, and to provide resources and support for Diversity Caucus members and those who share its goals.

The Women of MACo is a chapter organization of MACo that provides a forum for female elected and appointed officials and professionals to network and discuss topics related to being a female leader. The organization meets bi-annually at MACo’s Summer and Winter Conferences.

MACo’s Winter Conference, “Hit the Ground Running,” will be held at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Hotel in Cambridge, MD from January 4-6, 2023 (with a pre-conference orientation for new county officials on January 3).

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