Annual Conference (Agenda)
The National Association of Elected Fire Officials (NAEFO) annual conference provides board-level leadership education from the nation's leading experts.
In addition to the education program, network with other elected officials and vendors to solve the toughest challenges facing boards.
Annual Meeting (Agenda)
During NAEFO's Annual Conference, NAEFO's annual membership meeting is held to conduct business, hear reports and elect officers (read about the current officers and members of the Board of Directors).
Exhibiting at the NAEFO Conference
Exhibiting at the NAEFO Annual Conference raises your company's awareness and generates leads with elected officials who will vote on whether or not to purchase your equipment and services.
For more information about exhibiting at the NAEFO Conference, contact NAEFO.
September 18 – 19, 2017
The Orleans Casino & Hotel & Clark County Fire Department Training Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
To register for the conference, please complete the Online Registration Form on this page.
This Year's Speakers
Congressional Fire Services
Bill has served as Executive Director of the Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) since 1995. In his capacity as Executive Director, Bill works closely with members of Congress and fire service leaders on developing federal legislation and enhancing federal programs designed to improve the readiness of our nation’s fire and emergency services.
Portland Fire & Rescue Emergency Operations Division Chief
As the Division Chief for Portland Fire and Rescue's Emergency Operations, one of Tom Collin's most critical roles is that of an Incident commander one of nine Oregon-wide hazardous materials response units. Tom will share his experience with a recent natural gas explosion that left eight injured, including firefighters and police officers.
Ursula A. Kienbaum
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
Howard and Ursula represent public employers in employment and labor law amd will discuss Garrity and Weingarten rights and limits during workplace investigations as well as best practices for effecdtive administration of grievance and