Lt. Gov. Reynolds named Chair of National Lieutenant Governors Association
(INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.) —Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds today was named chair of the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NGLA) at the group’s annual meeting in Indianapolis, Ind. Reynolds, a second-term lt. governor, has previously served as chair-elect, treasurer, and chair of International Relations Committee and the Policy Resolutions Committee of the NLGA – all positions which she was elected unanimously by her peers. A photo of Reynolds can be found here.
“I am honored to have been selected by my fellow lieutenant governors to chair this prestigious organization and pledge to collaborate with my colleagues to continue aligning states’ workforces with business’ demands to grow the economy, while providing our children with a world-class education that prepares them for the careers of tomorrow,” said Reynolds. “By bringing together a diverse group of leaders, the NLGA will continue to be a valuable resource for sharing innovative state-based solutions for the challenges shared across the country.
In her role as head of the NLGA, Reynolds will chair an October meeting in Connecticut, a March 2016 meeting in Washington D.C., and a July 2016 in Michigan. She will serve as leader of the organization until the conclusion of the July 2016 Michigan meeting.
NLGA is a professional association enabling policy discussion on a broad range of topics, an exchange of best practices, and an opportunity for lieutenant governors to develop leadership priorities for their states.