Seth Grigg, currently executive director of the Association of Idaho Cities, has been named as the next executive director of the Idaho Association of Counties, to succeed longtime IAC chief Dan Chadwick, who is retiring after 27 years in the post. “We are very pleased to announce this appointment,” said Bill Thompson, president of the counties association and the Latah County prosecuting attorney. “Seth will bring new leadership and ideas to carry us into IAC’s next era. He has a deep understanding of county government and will continue to carry out IAC’s mission of promoting county interests, advocating good public policy, and providing education and training to our members.”
Chadwick called Grigg “a wonderful choice,” saying, “He knows counties, county law, and has a huge number of already created relationships with many of Idaho’s county elected officials. IAC will be well-served by his leadership.”
Grigg, a Brigham Young University graduate who holds a master’s degree in public administration from BSU, previously served as a policy analyst for IAC.