Michigan Municpial League Convention, Sept. 14-16, Mackinac Island
Suzanne Pixley has been Mayor of Eastpointe since November 2007, and has served on the City Council since 2005. She has been very involved in the community serving as a past president of the Eastpointe Rotary, president of the Historical Society, as a Lion, and on the boards of the Eastpointe Roseville Chamber of Commerce, the Networking Forum and PACE (Police and Community for Equality). She has previously served on various Michigan Municipal League committees, as a Region 1 officer, and a three-year term on League’s Board of Trustees. In 2016, she received the League’s Ambassador Award for exemplary service by completing all four levels of the League’s Elected Officials Academy program. She was recently elected to the Michigan Association of Mayors Board of Directors. In her spare time, she has published three books about the City of Eastpointe—its history, legendary locals, and redevelopment.
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Awards & Recognition
MAM offers the Advocate of the Year Award to recognize mayors and village presidents for excellence in their profession. The award is presented once a year to a peer-nominated individual who has made outstanding contributions to local government.
Board of Directors
MAM’s board of directors provides an opportunity to become further involved in the association’s activities, including event planning and advocacy efforts.