Boise, ID – Idaho Association of Counties announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Seth Grigg as the association’s next Executive Director. Grigg, who previously served as a Policy Analyst at IAC, will succeed Dan Chadwick, who is retiring from IAC after 27 years.
“We are very pleased to announce this appointment,” said Bill Thompson, IAC President and Latah County Prosecuting Attorney. “Seth will bring new leadership and ideas to carry us into IAC’s next era. He has a deep understanding of county government and will continue to carry out IAC’s mission of promoting county interests, advocating good public policy, and providing education and training to our members.”
Grigg has an undergraduate degree in English from Brigham Young University and a Masters of Public Administration degree from Boise State University. He is currently the Executive Director of the Association of Idaho Cities.
“Seth is a wonderful choice for IAC,” Chadwick commented. “He knows counties, county law, and has a huge number of already created relationships with many of Idaho’s county elected officials. IAC will be well-served by his leadership.”
IAC, formed in 1976, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan service organization dedicated to the improvement of county government. It was designed and incorporated by county elected officials to provide services, research, uniformity, and coordination among member counties, in order for the county elected officials to serve their constituents better.