- Membership Chair
- Mike Whitehead
- City of Rolling Hills Estates
- Administrative Services Director & City Treasurer
- CMTA serves 382 agencies throughout California,
and 782 individuals statewide.
WHY BECOME A MEMBER OF CMTA?
The California Municipal Treasurers Association was founded in 1958 as a non-profit association. The elected Executive board strives to maintain programs directed toward achieving the following goals of the organization:
- Promote education
- Provide opportunities for information networking
- Improve the quality of service to members and citizens
- Support the mission, purpose and involvement in the national organization of the United States and Canada
- Work constructively toward the advancement and improvement of the treasury management profession
- Promote cooperation between state, county, and local agencies
- Help certify investment policies of governmental entities through the national organization
The annual conference is generally held in April, at which we have Motivational speakers, informative speakers, roundtable discussions and networking opportunities. It is generally topped off with a fun gala dinner for the enjoyment of the members.
Workshops are scheduled periodically for training and certification in cash handling and issues pertinent to treasury management. We have broken down the state into areas called divisions and we have informative meetings in your local area.
We have the “dollars & sense” a quarterly publication which provides information and educational articles.
The CMTA has a separate scholarship fund that is supported by an annual auction of donated items, which provides monetary awards toward workshop/seminar registration and conference fees for the CMTA yearly conferences.
This program offered by the CMTA, establishes standards that recognize the professional achievement of treasury officials. Members who meet these standards in education and experience are recognized as a Certified California Municipal Treasurer. (CCMT)
Contact either the Membership Chair, or Elizabeth Cardwell at the CMTA office.