Todd I. Selig has been the Administrator for the Town of Durham since 2001. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Syracuse University, Mr. Selig went on to complete a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of New Hampshire.
He has served in a variety of positions within both the municipal and school sectors including positions in Raymond, Laconia, New Boston and Hopkinton. In 2003, Todd Selig was awarded the Caroline Gross Fellowship allowing him to attend the Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Mr. Selig returned to the Kennedy School in 2013 to participate in a Harvard Executive Education curriculum focusing on negotiation and mediation entitled, "Building Agreements Across Boundaries." He was named as one of New Hampshire’s “40 Under Forty” by The Union Leader in 2005.
Mr. Selig has previously served as chair of the board of directors for the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies, as well as a trustee and vice-chair of the board of PRIMEX (N.H. Public Risk Management Exchange). He is a member of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), a member of the Municipal Management Association of NH, a member of the Great Bay/Piscataqua Waterkeeper’s Advisory Group, and a member of the Durham Historical Society. Originally from Laconia, NH, Mr. Selig resides with his wife and two daughters in Durham.