Selma Tucker joined MEC’s board in 2021.
He is the director of strategic communications for the Michigan Municipal League. He leads a team of creative professionals that ensure municipalities play a role in developing the policies that impact the quality of life for their residents.
Tucker joined the League in 2020 after more than seven years at Public Sector Consultants, a firm renowned for its work in improving communities and the environment. Among Tucker’s accomplishments there was a rebranding of Michigan Saves, one of the nation’s oldest and most successful green bank programs.
Prior, Tucker worked as a coordinator and contract administrator for Grand Rapids. The city neighbors his alma mater, Grand Valley State University, where he received bachelor’s degrees in public administration and political science and a master’s degree in public administration.
In addition to his MEC board position, Tucker serves on the leadership committee for the Fair and Equal Michigan campaign.