TCMA is an organization comprising local government employees and is designed to facilitate governance, service, leadership, ethics and educations for the communities they serve, per TCMA's website. In her new capacity as president-elect, Breland will serve as chair of the TCMA professional development committee, among other responsibilities, the release confirmed.
Breland was formerly named vice president of TCMA in June 2019, elected to serve on its board of directors for a one-year term. Prior to serving as its vice president, Breland held a two-year position as TCMA's director-at-large from 2017 to 2019. She also served as chair on TCMA's membership committee and was a member of the professional development committee, per the release.