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Watch the Recording - Introducing The New CivicPlus® Board Applications Module Webinar

Check out our webinar to discover how to transform your board operations for good.

Original Air Date: Thursday, February 15, 2024

Watch the Recording

CivicPlus now offers a comprehensive, digital solution to empower local government administrations to recruit, vet, and appoint board members and successfully facilitate ongoing board operations for your government entity. This new solution provides residents with an easy-to-use online portal that enables them to apply to open board member seats. For administrative managers, the CivicPlus Board Applications module powers a singular, consistent, and frictionless process for recruiting local leaders, and then receiving and reviewing qualified candidate applications.

In this 60-minute recorded webinar video, clerks, managers, and administrators will learn how this solution works and how it can help:

  • Increase board operations efficiency
  • Foster better civic engagement
  • Bolster the strength of local government

Unite your community, one board seat at a time. Complete the form above to watch the video now.

Speaker Bios

Eric Grant

Vice President and General Manager

CivicPlus Vice President and General Manager Eric Grant works with our Agenda and Meeting Management, Municode Codification, and Social Media Archiving solutions. Eric helps CivicPlus fulfill our mission of making government work better by collaborating with our product, sales, and marketing teams to ensure our solutions are meeting the needs of local governments. Prior to joining CivicPlus, Eric served as the President and CEO of Municipal Code Corporation. Eric also served as a United States Marine in the First Tank Battalion in 29 Palms, California. Eric and his family live in Tallahassee, Florida.

Rachelle Cantero

Solutions Engineer II, Former Clerk

Rachelle Cantero is a solutions engineer at CivicPlus, focusing on our Agenda and Meeting Management software. Before coming to work in the private sector, she spent 17 years in government at the state, county, and municipal levels, holding positions in community relations, child support enforcement, and as a misdemeanor/juvenile coordinator for the victim witness division. Rachelle spent the last decade at the Town of Normal, Illinois, as the Deputy Clerk, an Engineering OA, and a Communications Specialist. In addition, she studied International Business at Illinois State University.