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Experience Cuba as a Citizen Ambassador

October 28, 2014

ASPA, in partnership with People to People Ambassador Programs, is offering a once-in-a lifetime experience to Cuba. Dr. Stephen Condrey, immediate past president of ASPA, will lead a custom-designed, public administration delegation  in April 2015. The primary objective is to meet with members of the Cuban public administration community, learn about their systems, exchanges ideas and establish professional relationships.

This is a rare opportunity to take part in face-to-face exchanges with Cuban counterparts. During the nine-day stay, participants will collaborate with their international peers and network with public sector organizations. The delegation will promote global understanding, share public sector techniques and principles and contribute to the field’s global knowledge base. Topics of discussion include:

  • An overview of the Cuban system of public administration.
  • Administrative reform efforts in both countries.
  • Preparing for and managing natural disasters.
  • Citizen participation.
  • Public finance and budgeting. 

People to People promises unparalleled access to Cuba via exploration of local neighborhoods and observation of public administration counterparts in their element. A number of cultural enrichment activities that highlight the sights and sounds of the country are being planned.  

Experience and connect with Cuba in a way that most Americans never will.  To learn more about the exciting professional opportunity, visit www.PeopletoPeople.com/ASPA.

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The American Society for Public Administration is the largest and most prominent professional association for public administration. It is dedicated to advancing the art, science, teaching and practice of public and non-profit administration.

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