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ATLG New Faculty Member, Norm King

February 2, 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:   Academy of Tribal & Local Government
                  (877) 945-2200

Academy of Tribal & Local Government welcomes former San Bernardino Associated Governments Executive Director Norm King to its world-class faculty

Mr. King joins Academy’s diverse and rapidly growing faculty dedicated to fostering more productive and mutually-respectful relations between local and tribal governments nationwide

Long Beach, CA – The Academy of Tribal & Local Government, the leading training and education institute in Indian Country, proudly welcomed Norm King, former Executive Director of the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG), to its world class faculty. 

Norm King served as Executive Director of SANBAG from 1996 to 2005 after serving as the city manager from 1974 to 1996 for the Southern California cities of Moreno Valley, Palm Springs and Claremont.

During his time at SANBAG, Mr. King oversaw numerous major transportation projects, including the construction of Route 210 and Route 71 and the widening of Interstate 10 and Route 60. He also spearheaded the passage of local ballot measures to help fund important transportation improvements throughout San Bernardino County.

Mr. King currently serves as Chairman of the International City/County Management Association Retirement Corporation, a financial services firm providing deferred compensation to 800,000 state and local government employees. He also is a member of the Advisory Council of the Public Policy Institute of California.

He was the first director of the University Transportation Center at California State University, San Bernardino, which promotes research on transportation issues and opportunities, while also creating an integrated transportation database and developing a transportation curriculum.

“We are very excited to have Mr. King joining our esteemed faculty,” stated Academy Co-Founder and CEO Deron Marquez. “He brings decades of exceptional knowledge and experience in municipal management, transportation and local politics. We can’t wait to get to work with him.”


About the Academy of Tribal & Local Government

The Academy of Tribal & Local Government is a Native-owned and operated institute advancing productive relations between federally recognized tribal and local governments nationwide. Utilizing a renowned faculty with more than 200 years of real world and academic experience in Indian Country, the Academy develops customized education programs offering long-term solutions that serve the unique economic, social and cultural needs of these governments. The Academy also serves Indian Country through comprehensive online training for vendors and service providers nationwide through its Vendor Certification Program. For more information please visit our website at www.ATLGonline.com.