The National Association of County Information Officers (NACIO), founded in 1966, is a growing organization with members from around the nation. Our members work for many of the 3,066 counties, boroughs and parishes across the United States. Some also work for the 44 state associations representing counties in the U.S.
Benefits of membership include:
- Eligibility to participate in NACIO’s annual Awards of Excellence competition at a reduce entry price. Winners are recognized at the annual conference of the National Association of Counties and sample press releases are made available for recognition in local media.
- Participation in NACIO’s email Listserv, through which participants can see helpful information from their public information officer peers. For information about accessing the Listserv, please contact NACIO President, Cragin Mostellar.
- Helpful how-to information provided on the NACIO.ORG website, including videos, webinars and written accounts of seminars held at National Association of Counties conferences.
- Access to our closed Facebook group which allows members to network and share information with each other quickly and easily. For information about joining the Facebook group, please contact First Vice President, Jennifer Finch.