The Board of the Academy thanks you, our Fellows and friends, for your commitment to public service and your generous support of NAPA’s work over the past five decades.
The Academy’s Congressional charter and outstanding Fellows position our organization to make valuable contributions to emerging issues at all levels of government. Our work has helped build more effective, efficient, accountable, and transparent organizations that benefit our fellow citizens and are models for good governance across the globe.
At the same time, our work is far from done. Our country and its federal, state, and local governments are confronted by increasingly difficult issues and problems that will benefit from the trusted advice of the Academy.
With your support, the Academy will continue its tradition of public service by providing thought leadership in the field of public administration and management.
We know that there are many worthy causes, and we are pleased that NAPA is one you are considering.
Mail business, IRA distributions, and personal philanthropic checks to:
Mr. Ken Troshinsky, CFO
ATTN: Development and Philanthropy
The National Academy of Public Administration
1600 K St NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20006
Inquiries for additional philanthropic engagement - including one or more of the following: gifts of stocks/bonds, estate plans, trust(s), will bequest(s), life insurance policy beneficiary, IRA beneficiary, retirement plan account beneficiary, or tangible assets - are directed to our Development Director, Tony Spearman-Leach, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 204-3650.
The National Academy of Public Administration is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, non-partisan organization established in 1967 and chartered by Congress in 1984. To carry out this mission, the Academy draws on the knowledge and experience of its nearly 1,000 Fellows—including former cabinet officers, Members of Congress, governors, mayors, and state legislators, as well as prominent scholars, career public administrators, and non-profit and business executives. Supported by a full-time professional staff, our Fellows bring their insights, experience, successes, and lessons learned straight to our clients through independent thought leadership, in-depth studies and analyses, advisory services and technical assistance, congressional testimony, forums and conferences, and stakeholder engagement.
As outlined in its Congressional charter, the Academy seeks to advance government practices through studies and projects held to the highest standards of efficiency and excellence. From its founding, the Academy’s commitment to good governance drives the organization forward and inspires its work.