In honor of the association’s 71st anniversary, MMANC is celebrating the past Presidents that brought MMANC success all year long.
We are happy to highlight Jennifer Britton, 1990-1991 MMANC President, who has dedicated her career to executive and life coaching, creating better leadership opportunities in the workplace and helping organizations cultivate a culture that honors transparency and trust.
Jennifer primarily engaged in life at MMANC throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s. She was among the last of the MMANC members who got to visit Wes McClure’s famous Eucalyptus Island for the annual retreat, a tradition that ended during the 1987-1988 term. She continues to stay involved by supporting committees, such as the 70th anniversary committee.
“MMANC offered me opportunities to lead from sheer passion and enthusiasm and to break out of our desks and Council report writing into professional development,” commented Jennifer.
Jennifer previously held positions, including Performance Analyst, Senior Budget Analyst, Administrative Assistant for Intergovernmental Relations and Human Services and Assistant to the City Manager and the Human Resources Director at the City of Saratoga before leaving the field to raise her children. Upon reentering the workforce, she studied leadership and became a Certified Professional Coach. She has been an independent coach and consultant as well as an Executive Director for a non-profit, post-secondary education organization for the last 12 years.
“MMANC has come so far,” Jennifer added. “I’m so impressed with the depth of their programming and the amount of involvement that members are having in the profession in so many ways!”