(June 23, 2022 – Duluth, Minn.)
Jenny Max, city administrator from Nisswa, was elected yesterday as the president of the League of Minnesota Cities for 2023-24. Voting was held among League members at the organization’s Annual Conference in Duluth.
A native of Sacramento, Max has been employed as the Nisswa administrator for nearly six years. She has also served in local government positions in California, and once worked as the clerk/treasurer for the City of Crosslake, Minnesota. Upon graduation from Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA, Max began her professional career as an accountant for a private firm.
“Jenny Max brings a fresh and enthusiastic perspective to her new role,” said League executive director Luke Fischer. “We’re looking forward to a great year under her leadership.”
Max has served on the League’s Board of Directors since 2020, and was elected as a Second-Vice President in 2021 and First-Vice President in 2022. She resides in Crosslake with her husband and two children.
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