Meeting Focus is Strengthening Social & Economic Development
Through Meaningful Work
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Academy of Public Administration will host its annual Fall Meeting November 2-4, focused on “Strengthening Social and Economic Development Through Meaningful Work.” Featured speakers include Kiran Ahuja, Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and Danielle Worthen-Ramos, Chief, Division of Workforce Investment (Region 1) of the U.S. Department of Labor.
The 2022 Fall Meeting will be held in-person and virtually at Academy headquarters in Washington, D.C. and at two additional host sites, Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy in Pittsburgh, PA, and the University of Connecticut’s School of Public Policy in Hartford, CT.
Events will include the induction of the Academy’s 2022 Class of Fellows; the presentation of the 2022 George Graham Award for Exceptional Service to the Academy to Academy Fellow Major General Arnold Fields, retired U.S. Marine Corps and former Deputy Commander of Marine Corps Forces in Europe; the presentation of the 2022 Louis Brownlow Book Award to Dr. Andrew Rudalevige, Chair of Department of Government and Legal Studies and Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government at Bowdoin College, for his book, “By Executive Order: Bureaucratic Management and the Limits of Presidential Power;” and the presentation of the 2022 Herbert Roback Scholarship Award.
A detailed meeting agenda and registration details can be found here. Media planning to attend in-person or virtual sessions should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for access to registration and session links.
Wednesday, Nov. 2
National Academy of Public Administration
11:00 am – Year in Review: How the Academy's Strategic Initiatives Program is Improving Government
12:00 pm – Brownlow Book Award and Discussion
2:00 pm – Academy Awards
Major General Arnold Fields, retired U.S. Marine Corps; former Deputy Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces in Europe; Academy Fellow
Clementine G. Starling, Masters Candidate at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.
3:00 pm – Featured Speaker
3:30 pm – Concurrent Panel Sessions:
5:00 pm – Induction of New Academy Fellows
Thursday, Nov. 3
Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
9:00 am – Mayor's Panel on Job Growth and Creation
10:30 am – Panel: Technology's Impact on Workforce Development
12:30 pm – Elmer B. Staats Lecture
2:00 pm – The Academy's Funded Studies and Their Impact on DEIA Within Government Organizations (virtual)
3:00 pm – A Look at Local Challenges Through Federal and Intergovernmental Lenses (virtual)
4:00 pm – Data-Driven Meaningful Work: How States and Localities Can Use Data in Workforce Development (virtual)
Friday, Nov. 4
School of Public Policy, University of Connecticut, Hartford, CT
8:30 am – Trends of the Public Sector Workforce
9:00 am – Panel: Identifying Challenges Facing Local & State Public Workforce Development
10:30 am – Panel: Policies and Partnerships to Enhance the CT Public Sector
12:30 pm – Featured Speaker
12:45 pm – James E. Webb Lecture
About the National Academy of Public Administration
Chartered by Congress to provide non-partisan expert advice, the Academy is an independent, non-profit, and non-partisan organization established in 1967 to assist government leaders in building more effective, efficient, accountable, and transparent organizations. Learn more at www.napawash.org