Indiana Municipal Management Association
Created to support municipal and county managers and to promote professional local government management across the state, the Indiana Municipal Management Association (IMMA) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization composed of professional local government managers, such as city and town managers, chief administrative officers, and assistant and deputy managers, who share a passion for providing excellent public service and implementing policies that make communities better places to live.
The IMMA Annual Conference is a tremendous opportunity to meet and network with colleagues. Presentations and training sessions cover timely topics that all municipal managers face, like reduced home rule, unfunded mandates, and pressure from shrinking revenues placing greater demands on municipal services. IMMA hosts gatherings, workshops, quarterly board meetings, and special lunches throughout the year. The group also meets at the Aim Ideas Summit.
IMMA Corporate Membership Being a corporate member of the Indiana Municipal Management Association (IMMA) is designed to provide your organization with many unique opportunities. Each member will be able to interact with municipal managers from all around the state of Indiana. These managers are responsible for the operation of municipalities, including economic development, public safety, purchasing, contracts and personnel. Learn more.
IMMA is an affiliate of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).
2021 IMMA Officers
Nate Thorne, Assistant Town Manager, Plainfield
Pamela Howard, Town Manager, Waterloo
Northern Regional Director
Jonathan Leist, Town Manager, Culver
Central Regional Director
Andrew Klinger, Town Manager, Plainfield
Southern Regional Director
Chris James, Town Manager, Ferdinand
Aim Board of Directors Members
Pete Olson, Town Manager, Yorktown
Tonya Galbraith, Town Manager, McCordsville
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