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Two ASPA Members Inducted as International NAPA Fellows

The National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) elected several new fellows in the Fall of 2011. Among them, two international NAPA fellows have been elected.

They are International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS) President Pan Suk Kim (Underwood Distinguished Professor at Yonsei University in South Korea) and IIAS Program and Research Advisory Committee Chair Geert Bouckaert (professor at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium). The International Institute of Administrative Sciences was established in 1930 and its Secretariat is housed in Brussels, Belgium.

The National Academy of Public Administration was created to help public
sector leaders meet the important and varied management challenges of
today and anticipate those of the future. Chartered by Congress as an
independent, non-partisan organization, the National Academy undertakes
its important work on behalf of the public sector by anticipating,
evaluating, analyzing and making recommendations on the nation’s most
critical and complex public management, governance, policy and
operational challenges. Through the trusted and experienced leaders
that comprise its 680 Fellows and direct its projects and services, the
National Academy improves the quality, performance and accountability of

The Academy will welcome the following individuals as Fellows in the Fall of 2011.

  • JOSEPH ADLER – Human Resource Director, Office of Human Resources, Montgomery County, Maryland
  • ROBERT AGRANOFF – Professor Emeritus of Public and Environmental
    Affairs, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University,
  • HOWARD BALANOFF – William P. Hobby Professor and Director, William
    P. Hobby Center for Public Service, Southwest Texas State University
  • JO ANNE B. BARNHART – Adjunct Lecturer, Kennedy School of Government,Harvard University
  • GARY BASS – Executive Director, Bauman Foundation
  • PETER “JACK” BASSO – Chief Operating Officer, American Association of State Highway & Transportation Officials
  • GEERT BOUCKAERT – Professor and Director, Public Management
    Institute, Faculty of Social Sciences, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • DANIEL CHENOK – Vice President and Partner, Technology Strategy,
    Public Sector, IBM Global Business Services and Senior Fellow, IBM
    Center for the Business of Government
  • JOSEPH J. CORDES – Professor of Economics, Public Policy and Public
    Administration, and International Affairs, Trachtenberg School of Public
    Policy, The George Washington University
  • LEWIS W. CRENSHAW – Principal, Grant Thornton LLP
  • GARY L. CUNNINGHAM – Vice President of Programs and Chief Program Officer, Northwest Area Foundation
  • EDWIN C. DALEY – City Manager, City of Hopewell, Virginia
  • THOMAS M. DAVIS – Director of Federal Government Affairs, Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • EARL E. DEVANEY – Chairman, Recovery Accountability and Transparency
    Board and Inspector General, U. S. Department of the Interior
  • JOHN J. DIULIO – Frederic Fox Leadership Professor of Politics, Religion, and Civil Society and
  • Professor of Political Sciences, University of Pennsylvania
  • AMY K. DONAHUE – Department Head, Department of Public Policy, University of Connecticut
  • JUDY ENGLAND JOSEPH – Director of Research, Partnership for Public Service
  • ANGELA M. EVANS – Clinical Professor in Public Policy Practice,
    Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas
  • ARNOLD FIELDS – Consultant
  • CHARLENE FRIZZERA – Health Care Consultant
  • MATTHEW D. GALLAGHER – Chief of Staff, Office of the Governor, State of Maryland
  • DENIS GALVIN – Retired Federal Executive
  • MARY M. GLACKIN – Deputy Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere,
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of
  • JAMES HEARN – Director for Federal Programs and Budget Process, U.S. Senate Budget Committee
  • JAMES HUSE – Senior Advisor, Program Integrity and Investigations, Global Public Sector, Grant Thornton LLP
  • SUSAN JACOBS – Retired Federal Executive
  • SIDNEY L. KAPLAN – Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, U. S. Department of State
  • PAN SUK KIM – Underwood Distinguished Professor of Public
    Administration and Director, Institute for Poverty Alleviation and
    International Development, Yonsei University, South Korea
  • GREGORY B. LEWIS – Professor of Public Administration, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University
  • GAIL T. LOVELACE – Assistant Administrator, Chief Leadership Officer, U.S. General Services Administration
  • EDWARD MONTGOMERY – Dean and Professor, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University
  • DONALD MOYNIHAN – Associate Director and Professor of Public
    Affairs, Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, University of
  • PHYLLIS MYERS – President, State Resources Strategies
  • SUSAN OFFUTT – Chief Economist, U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • MICHELLE O’NEILL – Deputy Under Secretary for International Trade, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • JAMES B. PEAKE – Senior Vice President, CGI Federal
  • SCOTT QUEHL – Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Secretary for Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • ALAN B. RHINESMITH – Consultant
  • SHARON SAYLES-BELTON – Vice President of Community Relations and Government Affairs, Thomas Reuters
  • KATHLEEN SEBELIUS – Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • WILLIAM B. SHEAR – Director in Financial Markets and Community Investment, U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • TERESA TAKAI – Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense Networks and
    Information Integration and Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department
    of Defense
  • FRED THOMPSON – Director, Willamette Center for Governance and
    Policy Research and Grace and Elmer Goudy Professor of Public Management
    and Policy Analysis, Atkinson Graduate School of Management, Willamette
  • DANIEL I. WERFEL – Federal Controller, Office of Federal Financial Management, U.S. Office of Management and Budget
  • ETHEL H. WILLIAMS – Associate Director and MPA Program Chair, School of Public Administration, University of Nebraska-Omaha

For more information about NAPA and its Fellows visit www.napawash.org.

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