Kionne McGhee elected to lead National Association of Black County Officials

For the next two years, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Kionne McGhee will lead the National Association of Black County Officials (NABCO), which represents African American officials throughout America’s 3,069 counties, boroughs and parishes.

Members of the 47-year-old organization and its associated group, the National Organization of Black County Officials (NOBCO), elected McGhee as its President at the National Association of Counties (NACo) Conference in Denver.

McGhee assumed his new responsibilities — taking over for Eddie Jones Jr., a Commissioner in Shelby County, Tennessee — on Friday after his induction ceremony.

“I am honored to serve as the next president for NABCO/NOBCO,” McGhee said

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