Publisher, Governing. Former Founding Director, Governing Institute; Chair, International Center for Performance Auditing; Principal, Mark Funkhouser Speaks; Former Positions with the City of Kansas City, Missouri: Mayor, City Auditor; Adjunct Instructor, University of Kansas; Adjunct Instructor, Graduate School of Public Affairs, Park College; Instructor, Government Audit Training Institute, U.S. Department of Agriculture Graduate School; Advisor, Legislative Services Commission, State of Ohio; Consultant, State Auditor's Office, Commonwealth of Kentucky; Director, Performance Audit Group, Division of State Audit, State of Tennessee; Assistant Professor, Human Services, Salem College; Former Positions with Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: Consultant-Legislative Budget and Finance Committee, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor-Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation; President at Funkhouser & Associates.
Budget and Finance, Civil Rights and Liberties, Criminal Justice/Justice, Government Operations/Innovation, Pensions, Urban Affairs
Budgeting and Finance
On this episode, we welcome Mark Funkhouser, former Mayor of Kansas City and Academy Fellow, to discuss what makes a community resilient, what tools a community must develop to withstand disasters and economic downturns, and the challenges with investing in resilience.
Links: Four Lessons Learned from the Federal Funding and Livable Communities Cohort