CEA Meetings & Events
Every year CEA holds four quarterly meetings. These meetings span two days and usually consist of Board of Directors meetings and general policy meetings followed by evening receptions and dinners.
Internal business is conducted at closed Board of Directors meetings while public policy and issue-oriented topics are discussed during open meetings.
CEA county membership can attend Board of Directors meetings to discuss specific issues but cannot vote. Associate members may attend general meetings, dinners, and receptions, or other CEA events but cannot vote or participate in closed Board of Directors meetings.
Quarterly meetings are planned in advance. Two meetings tend to be in Washington D.C., while two meetings tend to be in local counties. The actual location of each meeting is designated by CEA with the approval of the Board of Directors. The location and agenda of each meeting is subject to change.
COUNTY EXECUTIVES OF AMERICA
2020 ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE
Thursday, February 27 - Friday, February 28, 2020
Board of Directors Meeting and Leadership Conference
College Park, MD
(Just prior to NACo Legislative Meeting Sat. February 29 – Wed. March 4, 2020)
Sunday, July 19, 2020
General Membership Dinner Meeting
Orlando (Orange County), Florida
(To coincide with NACo Annual Meeting Fri. July 17 – Mon. July 20, 2020)
Friday, December 4, 2020
Political Roundtable and Board of Directors Meeting
All agendas and hotel information will follow at a later date. Your participation is vital to the success of the meetings and the future of the County Executives of America. Contact Deputy Executive Director Kelly Griffin by phone at (646) 337-6644, or via email at email@example.com with comments or questions.
CEA can call a legislative meeting in order to discuss a national initiative that may affect county government. Legislative meetings are not planned in advance, as they are responses to activities occurring in Congress, and do not follow a specific format.
Associate members are welcome to attend legislative meetings and may have the opportunity to speak from an "industry perspective."
County members use these meetings to formulate a unified position regarding an issue and CEA often presents the results in position statements and reports to members, the public, and the federal government.
CEA Meet and Greet Events
CEA organizes a general "meet and greet" dinner for associate members three times a year, usually coinciding with CEA quarterly meetings. These dinners will feature various county executives who are members of CEA. Associate members attend for free.
From time to time CEA hosts other events, including conferences, international trade missions, press conferences, political forums etc. Members are notified in advance of any events and invited to attend. Details are offered as events develop.