Meeting Will Focus on Fostering Resilience Amid Grand Challenges
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Academy of Public Administration will hold its annual Fall Meeting virtually November 5-10, focusing on the Grand Challenges in Public Administration and ways that government at all levels can foster community resilience in the midst of today’s turbulent times.
“We look forward to hosting a unique but very important Fall Meeting this year,” said Terry Gerton, Academy President, CEO and Fellow. “We are in unprecedented times, with governments operating amid a global health pandemic, nationwide social unrest, significant climate events, economic instability, and an historic presidential election. Our public administrators are essential to the country’s ability to function successfully, now and in the years to come, so this year’s Fall Meeting will focus on how communities can face Grand Challenges and emerge stronger and more resilient.”