County treasurer elected leader of state association

Jennifer Nash

Livingston County Treasurer Jennifer Nash, was recently elected President of the Michigan Association of County Treasurers (MACT) at the Association’s annual summer conference.

Nash has served as treasurer for Livingston County since November 2011. Her first board position with the MACT was in the position of association treasurer. She has also served in all board officer positions with the MACT including secretary, second vice president, and first vice president.

The Michigan Association of County Treasurers was established in 1934, and is an organization that provides educational and professional growth opportunities for its members, encourages efficiencies in county government, is proactive in the enactment of State legislation and best practices, shares solutions to problems through networking, and promotes and protects the
interests of all taxpayers.

Nasherved as Livingston County Treasurer for nine years and has been involved in Livingston County government for a total of 25 years. In addition to leading the Michigan Association of County Treasurers’ Executive Board, Jennifer is an active community member serving for Livingston County Sunrise Rotary Foundation, Livingston County Catholic Charities, a former Reaching Higher mentor, as well as a music minister for her church, and a volunteer for numerous community events.

Also elected at the MACT annual summer conference were First Vice-President Bob Robinson, Eaton County; Second Vice-President Cathy Lunsford, Midland County; Secretary Andrew Kmetz, Mason County; and Treasurer Amanda Price, Ottawa County.

“I am both pleased and honored to serve as President of the Michigan Association of County Treasurers,” Nash said. “I look forward to sharing my experience and insights to encourage and promote the work of County Treasurers throughout the State of Michigan.”

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