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American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), Estados Unidos

ASPA is excited about the diversity of this year's plenaries featuring international, domestic, practitioner and scholar perspectives.

Our lineup includes current and former leaders who have served in the European Parliament, as a governor, a prime minister, chairman of the Federal Reserve and NASA administrator. They and others will offer firsthand perspectives on the conference theme, Building a Stronger and More Equitable Society: The Role of Public Administration.

We are also excited to pair our plenaries with our longstanding and storied lectures. We will also premiere a new lecture that recognizes excellence in public administration and honors the Society's first female president.

Join us for an informative plenary each day.

OPENING PLENARY

Saturday, March 7 | 10:00 am

Building a Stronger and More Equitable Society: U.S. Perspectives

To kick off the conference, we will feature a panel of practitioners with almost 40 years of combined public service experience. Hear from the president of Chicago's largest local governing body, a former NASA administrator, Chicago's city clerk and a former governor.

INAUGURAL NESTA GALLAS LECTURE

Saturday, March 8 | 5:00 pm

The 2015 Annual Conference will introduce the inaugural Nesta M. Gallas Award and Lecture, a new program recognizing exceptional professionalism and public service and honoring the life and legacy of ASPA's first female president.

The 2015 lecturer and award recipient is Jane Pisano, former director and president of the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum and former dean of the School of Public Administration at the University of Southern California.

SUNDAY PLENARY

Sunday, March 8 | 9:30 am

Building a Stronger and More Equitable Society: International Perspectives

A former prime minister, a member of the European Parliament, an international development expert and a former Member of Parliament will headline our Sunday Plenary. Speakers will offer insights on global trends in public administration and the role of public managers in building strong and equitable societies.

ELLIOT RICHARDSON LECTURE

Sunday, March 8 | 10:45 am

The 15th Annual Richardson Lecture honors the life and legacy of Elliot Richardson and the model of public service he embodied. It will feature Reginald Robinson, a long serving public servant at the local and federal level.

Robinson is the director of the School of Public Affairs and Administration at the University of Kansas. Robinson has served in senior level positions at the U.S. Department of Justice as well as in academia. He is a former deputy assistant attorney general and previously served as chief of staff to KU's Chancellor.

MONDAY PLENARY

Monday, March 9 | 2:15 pm

Join the conversation with former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, who will discuss the work of The Volcker Alliance, which was established to strengthen policy implementation and public trust in the work of the government.

Volcker will be in conversation with Shelley Metzenbaum, the alliance's founding president.

DONALD C. STONE LECTURE

This year's Donald C. Stone Lecture will feature John Keeler, dean of the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh.  The Stone Lecture honors former ASPA president, charter member and public administration legend Donald Stone.

Keeler is a former professor and former director of the Center for West European Studies and the European Center of Excellence.

TUESDAY PLENARY

Tuesday, March 10 | 11:45 am

At Tuesday's Plenary, a panel of higher education scholars and former deans will discuss the future of public administration education and training.

 

-Contacto: American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), Estados Unidos

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