Bridging the Divide
October 13-15, 2021
Join us for the 2021 virtual MMANC annual conference! This year’s conference theme is “Bridging the Divide” – the COVID-19 pandemic as well as civil unrest over the past year and a half have highlighted divisions within our communities as well as opportunities to change the way things have been done as we move forward. Each day will include a specific focus around this theme, including how we bridge the divide within our teams, communities, and programs.
View the schedule for detailed descriptions of all sessions, presenter bios and more. We will continue to update the website with additional information, so be sure to check back regularly!
$125 MMANC Member
$25 MMANC Student Member
*Includes one-year free membership for new members. Does not apply to renewing members.
Please note – the first 150 Conference registrants will be sent a special gift courtesy of the MMANC Conference Planning Committee.
You may cancel your registration and receive a refund up until Friday, October 8, 2021. There will be a $10 processing fee for each cancellation. Approved refunds will be processed as soon as possible, but MMANC reserves the right to process after the event. Due to the digital nature of the program, MMANC will not accept cancellations after Friday, October 8, 2021. Cancellation requests must be made in writing by emailing email@example.com.
The Virtual Conference App is Now Available
We are excited to share our Conference App! If you are registered for the Virtual Conference, check it out to start planning your schedule of sessions.
Virtual Zoom Backgrounds
Custom Annual Conference Zoom backgrounds are available. Click here to download. You can use one or many of the backgrounds during the Annual Conference.
Please note – if you are having difficulties with the links using Internet Explorer, we encourage you to use Google Chrome or another browser when opening and registering for sessions.
MMANC Virtual Annual Conference Testimonials:
“Hosting a conference to give space to grow and breathe in new ideas is necessary to reconnect to why we do our work.” – Monica Elise Davis, Community Services Manager, City of Hayward
“Being able to connect with MMANC colleagues in this difficult time was so helpful. The Virtual format allowed for flexibility during this hectic time. Breakout rooms and virtual networking promoted connections I will be able to foster in years to come!” – Giovanna Erkanat, Management Analyst II, Redwood City
“While I love a good MMANC in-person conference, I’m grateful the organization was able to pivot so quickly to host an all-virtual event. With the uncertainty the pandemic has brought us, I so value (now more than ever!) the connections, resources, and inspiration MMANC, and in particular, the annual conference brings.” – Allison Mattioli, Administrative Analyst II, City of Vallejo