MACS - MN Association of Clerical Supervisors
AMSSS - Association of MN Social Services Supervisors

MCSES - MN Child Support Enforcement Supervisors

MAFAS - MN Association of Financial Assistance Supervisors

MCHHSA - MN Counties Health & Human Services Accountants

LPHA - Local Public Health Association of MN

Minnesota Supervisors' Conference Association

Mark your calendars - September 8th-11th, 2024 at Breezy Point Resort. 

Make it Happen, Make it Matter!

We will see you then!

Earn Supervisor CEU's while networking with other county supervisors and attending training developed just for you!

Our conference blends keynote speakers, topic driven panels and workshops to provide Supervisors with the tools and techniques they need to compete in a changing world.

What Will You Learn:

This conference will offer up-to-date information and tools to improve your supervisory skills.


Why You Should Go:

The MN Supervisors' Conference will enhance your knowledge and skills by providing the newest information from expert speakers, networking with other supervisors, and opportunities to discuss techniques to deal with upcoming challenges in the health & human services field. Please join us at the ONLY conference specifically for supervisors in the county health & human services. Only $90 for all four days!

Who Will Be There:

Administrative/Clerical Supervisors, Child Support Supervisors, Financial Assistance Supervisors, Social Services Supervisors, Public Health and other Health & Human Services Supervisors from  around the State of Minnesota. We also have many vendors that attend the conference.

Diversity Statement


The MN Supervisor’s Conference Committee believes in spreading the knowledge of innovators. We believe that innovation is enhanced by a variety of perspectives, and our goal is to create an inclusive, respectful conference environment that invites participation from people of all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, abilities, religions, and sexual orientations. We actively seek to increase the diversity of our attendees, speakers, and sponsors to reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.


This is an ongoing process. Here are some ways you can help us build a more diverse conference experience:

  • Recommend appropriate speakers and future committee members to the conference committee at
  • Suggest ways the onsite conference experience can be more welcoming and supportive, free from intimidation and marginalization.
  • Share your ideas and best practices for how we can realize our vision on the evaluation form provided in your conference materials.


We value diversity in the communities we bring together, and we welcome your contributions to bringing a balanced representation of the richness of our collective human experience.