City of Greater Geelong Councillor Kylie Grzybek has been appointed as a board member for the Municipal Association of Victoria.
Greater Geelong Council said the appointment recognised Cr Grzybek’s successful work in representing the City at a state level, and her passion for Local Government advocacy and collaboration.
As the City’s current MAV delegate, Cr Grzybek has been attending State Council meetings and voting on behalf of the Greater Geelong.
The MAV Board is responsible for defining the detail of policies, objectives and strategies determined by State Council as well as evaluating organisational priorities and performance standards.
The MAV board comprises of 12 members, each representing a region of councils. Elections are held every two years.
Cr Grzybek was elected by delegates from eight Councils within the Rural South-Central Region.
Cr Grzybek said she was very pleased to be representing the region.
“I am delighted to have been elected to the MAV Board and I’d like to thank all the candidates who nominated,” she said.
“This region will be very important as the state recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. I look forward to representing the region.”