NFBPA Central Texas Chapter


The National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA)-Central Texas Chapter (CTC) is the principal and most progressive organization dedicated to the advancement of public leadership in local and state governments. An independent, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1983, NFBPA has established a national reputation for designing and implementing quality leadership development initiatives of unparalleled success.

We truly believe that NFBPA is the nation’s most progressive results-oriented organization for African American public servants. NFBPA is dedicated to providing the highest level of public service while advancing Black leadership in the community and the nation. We are ably represented by more than 300 jurisdictions throughout the country with over 40 local chapters and local membership of 100 


Designated Chapter of the Year seven of the last nine years; the CTC’s success is attributable to a committed leadership and dedicated members. Today, as we look ahead to the opportunities and challenges of the future, NFBPA’s presence is even more critical. The CTC is always seeking new thoughts and ideas to broaden the positive impact of NFBPA initiatives and programs.

Our valued membership includes elected and appointed officials, municipal managers, corporate executives, deans, faculty, students, and public administrators from the local, state and federal offices of jurisdictions operating throughout our beautiful region.

The key cities in our region include Austin, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Georgetown, San Marcos, Buda and Killeen.

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