The following are sessions taking place throughout the conference that are sponsored by our Chapters and Sections. Make sure you plan to attend one of these and pick up some unique expertise!

April 9
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Nurturing the Civil Service: International and U.S. Challenges and Developments

Track: “Fixing” Our Government: Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again
Hosted by the International Chapter

Moderator

John Duffy
Adjunct Professor, University of Alaska—Anchorage

Moderator/Presenter

Andrew Podger
Honorary Professor, Australian National University
Australian Reforms and Challenges

Presenters

Beatriz Cano Buchholz
Centre for Public Impact
Mutual Aid as a Response to a Government Failure to Adapt to Co-Occurring Hazards

Don Kettl
Professor, University of Texas

Janice Lachance
Executive Vice President, American Geophysical Union

Discussant

Hui Li
Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore

Barry M. Mitnick
Professor, University of Pittsburgh


April 9
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Crisis Communication and Response Efforts to COVID-19: Public, Private, Nonprofit and International Perspectives

Track: “Fixing” Our Government: Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again
Hosted by the Section on Emergency and Crisis Management (SECM)

Moderator

Claire Knox
Associate Professor and EMHS Program Director, University of Central Florida

Presenters/Coauthors

Miriam Belblidia
Founding Partner, Water Works
Mutual Aid as a Response to a Government Failure to Adapt to Co-Occurring Hazards

Towanda Cordon
Airport Operations Chief, City of Austin Aviation Department, Austin, TX
Gaps in Airport Communicable Disease Planning and Response to COVID-19 in Texas

Fatih Demiroz
Assistant Professor, Sam Houston State University
Gaps in Airport Communicable Disease Planning and Response to COVID-19 in Texas

N. Emel Ganapati
Associate Professor, Florida International University
International Perspectives on COVID-19 Communication Ecologies: Public Health Agencies’ Online Communication in Italy, Sweden and the United States

Brie Haupt
Assistant Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University
Use of Crisis Communication Strategies by Food Bank Network during a Global Pandemic

Alessandra Jerolleman
Assistant Professor, Jacksonville State University
Mutual Aid as a Response to a Government Failure to Adapt to Co-Occurring Hazards

Laura Olson
Adjunct Lecturer, Georgetown Univertsity
Mutual Aid as a Response to a Government Failure to Adapt to Co-Occurring Hazards

Coauthor

Lauren Azevedo
Assistant Professor, Penn State University
Use of Crisis Communication Strategies by Food Bank Network during a Global Pandemic


April 9
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Oil and Gas Management Challenges in the Post-Trump Era

Track: Modern Infrastructure for a 21st Century Society Hosted by the Section on Environmental and Natural Resources Administration (SENRA)

Moderators/Presenters

Jonathan Fisk
Associate Professor, Auburn University
Green Stimulus or Industry Bailout: Assessing the Implementation of State Well-Plugging Programs

Zach Mahafza
Instructor, Auburn University
Head for the Spills: An Environmental Justice Inquiry in Colorado’s Oil and Gas Industry

Presenters/Coauthors

Andrew Bell
Doctoral Researcher, Penn State Harrisburg
Constraints on Policy Learning: Designing RGGI in Pennsylvania

Hannah Krawczyk
Graduate Student, Auburn University
Head for the Spills: An Environmental Justice Inquiry in Colorado’s Oil and Gas Industry

Sarmistha Majumdar
Professor, Texas Southern University
A Policy Response to Infrastructure Damages from Fracking

Daniel Mallinson
Assistant Professor, Penn State Harrisburg
Constraints on Policy Learning: Designing RGGI in Pennsylvania

Steven Nelson
Associate Director Environmental Health and Safety, Auburn University
End of the (Pipe)Line? Understanding how States Manage the Risks of Oil and Gas Wells

Coauthors

David Adams
Assistant Professor of Public Administration, California State University, Fullerton
Head for the Spills: An Environmental Justice Inquiry in Colorado’s Oil and Gas Industry

John Morris
Professor, Auburn University
Green Stimulus or Industry Bailout: Assessing the Implementation of State Well-Plugging Programs

Steven Nelson
Associate Director Environmental Health and Safety, Auburn University
Green Stimulus or Industry Bailout: Assessing the Implementation of State Well-Plugging Programs

Ryan Williamson
Assistant Professor, Auburn University
Green Stimulus or Industry Bailout: Assessing the Implementation of State Well-Plugging Programs


April 9
1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Re-Envisioning Criminal Justice: A Victim Centered Perspective

Track: Social Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: More Than a Seat at the Table
Hosted by the Section on Public Law and Administration (SPLA)

Moderator

Dovie Williams
Government Lecturer and Educational Consultant, Central Texas College

Presenters

Michael Bivens
Whitehall City Attorney, Whitehall City Attorney's Office

Rachel Robinson
Deputy District Attorney, Denver District Attorney's Office

Deshaun Shewl
Denver Juvenile Probation Officer, Colorado Judicial Branch

Darryl Shockley
Denver District Court Judge, 2nd Judicial District Court

April 10
10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
Public Procurement Solutions for Today's Challenges

Track: Money Talks: The Use and Management of Public Funds to Meet Today’s Challenges
Hosted by the Section on Procurement and Contract Management (SPCM)

Moderator

Ana-Maria Dimand
Assistant Professor, Boise State University

Presenters

Sawsan Abutabenjeh
Assistant Professor, Mississippi State University
Certification in Public Procurement and Contract Management: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective

Tyresa Jackson
Student, Columbia University
How Management Controls Can Prevent Future Environmental Crises:  Flint, Michigan Water Contamination Case Study

Presenters/Coauthors

Emily Boykin
Graduate Student, Florida State University
The Political and Budgetary Constraints of Public Procurement during COVID-19: The Unique Experience of the United States

Alexandru Roman
Professor and RIPMG Director, California State University, San Bernardino
Operations Management and Public Policy: Constructing a Robust Contribution Stream

Coauthors

John Gray
Professor, Ohio State University
Operations Management and Public Policy: Constructing a Robust Contribution Stream

Susan Helper
Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of Economics, Case Western Reserve University
Operations Management and Public Policy: Constructing a Robust Contribution Stream

Molly Hughes
PhD Student, Ohio State University
Operations Management and Public Policy: Constructing a Robust Contribution Stream

Clifford Mccue
Professor and BPM Program Coordinator, Florida Atlantic University
The Political and Budgetary Constraints of Public Procurement during COVID-19: The Unique Experience of the United States

Eric Prier
Professor, Florida Atlantic University
The Political and Budgetary Constraints of Public Procurement during COVID-19: The Unique Experience of the United States


April 10
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Catastrophe and Cumulative Disadvantage: Laying Bare Inequity and Identifying Opportunity

Track: Social Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: More Than a Seat at the Table
Hosted by the Section for Women in Public Administration (SWPA)

Moderator/Coauthor

Hillary Knepper
Associate Professor and Chair, Pace University
Gender, Research Productivity and Implications for the Classroom and Practice

Presenter

Sean McCandless
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Springfield
Racism in and by Public Institutions: A Multi-Method Inquiry

Presenters/Coauthors

Maria D'Agostino
Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Childcare Policy Failures During COVID-19: Impacts on Vulnerable Populations and Possibilities for Reform

Michelle Evans
Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Gender, Research Productivity and Implications for the Classroom and Practice

Colette Knuth
Assistant Professor, Long Island University
State Government Child Care State Funding and Women Who Work

Helisse Levine
Professor and MPA Director, Long Island University - Brooklyn Campus
Unrooting the Organizational Narratives that Sustain Second Generation Gender Bias

Coauthors

Maria D'Agostino
Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Unrooting the Organizational Narratives that Sustain Second Generation Gender Bias

Nicole Elias
Associate Professor, John Jay College of Criminal , CUNY
Childcare Policy Failures During COVID-19: Impacts on Vulnerable Populations and Possibilities for Reform

Helisse Levine
Professor and MPA Director, Long Island University - Brooklyn Campus
State Government Child Care State Funding and Women Who Work

Meghna Sabharwal
Professor, University of Texas at Dallas
Unrooting the Organizational Narratives that Sustain Second Generation Gender Bias

Gina Scutelnicu
Asscociate Professor and Chair, Pace University
Gender, Research Productivity and Implications for the Classroom and Practice

Shilpa Viswanath
Assistant Professor, John Jay College CUNY
Gender, Research Productivity and Implications for the Classroom and Practice


April 10
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Washington CARES? The Federal Aid Response to COVID-19

Track: “Fixing” Our Government: Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again
Hosted by the Section on Intergovernmental Administration and Management (SIAM)

Moderator/Discussant

Christine Palus
Dean, College of Professional Studies, Villanova University

Presenters

Lee Feldman
City Manager, Gainesville, Florida

Karen Mossberger
Professor, Arizona State University

Philip Rocco
Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies, Marquette University

Jessica Terman
Associate Professor, George Mason University

April 11
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Preparing Public and NGO Managers to Govern in a Globalized World: Cases and Opportunities for Development

Track: Beyond Borders: Joining Forces for Shared Learning and Action
Hosted by the Section on Effective and Sound Administration in the Middle East (SESAME)

Convener

Deborah Trent
Consultant, CivilStrategies.Net

Discusssant

Mohamad Alkadry
Professor, University of Connecticut

Presenters

Wa’ed Alshoubaki
Professor, University of Jordan/Amman

Pierre El Haddad

Chair, NODE Network of Organizational Development Experts and Professor, Saint Joseph University, Beirut
The Expanding Role of NGOs in Lebanon

Nadeen Makhlouf
George Mason University
Placing Multiple Actors in the Policy Puzzle: The Case of Food Security in Egypt

Aziza Zemrani
Professor, University of Texas/Rio Grande Valley


April 11
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Rethinking Public Service Delivery During COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities for Digital Transformation

Track: Modern Infrastructure for a 21st Century Society
Hosted by the Section on Science and Technology in Government (SSTIG)

Moderator

Michael Ahn
Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Boston

Presenters

Georgette Dumont
Associate Professor, University of North Florida
Municipal Covid-19 Technological Adoption: The Immediate Vaccine and the Long-Term Effects

Sherri Greenberg
Professor of Practice, University of Texas at Austin
AI, Technology and Social Determinants: Beyond COVID-19

Presenters/Coauthors

Robert Cropf
Professor, St. Louis University
The Virtual Municipal Legislature: Responding to COVID-19 with technology to continue the business of government while increasing digital democracy

Tammy Esteves
Assistant Professor, Troy University
The Virtual Municipal Legislature: Responding to COVID-19 with technology to continue the business of government while increasing digital democracy

Coauthors

Meghan Cook
Program Director, University At Albany, State University of New York
Resiliency in Local Governments in a Post-COVID-19 Era: Lessons from the Northeast Region in the United States

Mila Gasco-Hernandez
Associate Research Director, University at Albany, State University of New York
Resiliency in Local Governments in a Post-COVID-19 Era: Lessons from the Northeast Region in the United States

J. Ramon Gil-Garcia
Associate Professor / Research Director, University At Albany - State University of New York
Resiliency in Local Governments in a Post-COVID-19 Era: Lessons from the Northeast Region in the United States

Theresa Pardo
Research Full Professor / Director, University At Albany - State University of New York
Resiliency in Local Governments in a Post-COVID-19 Era: Lessons from the Northeast Region in the United States


April 12
12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Exploring Empathy, Engagement, Equity and Ethics

Track: Social Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: More Than a Seat at the Table
Hosted by the Section on Democracy and Social Justice (SDSJ)

Moderator

Sean McCandless
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Springfield

Presenter

Hindy Schachter
Professor of Management, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Social Construction of Vulnerable Populations in COVID-19: The Case of Age

Presenters/Coauthors

Rashmi Chordiya
Assistant Professor, Seattle University
Sex-based discrimination and gender pay gaps

Stephanie Dolamore
Assistant Professor, Gallaudet University
Engagement, Empathy, Equity and Ethics: Exploring the Roles of ASL Interpreters

Larry Hubbell
Director, Institute of Public Service, Seattle University
Sex-based discrimination and gender pay gaps

Geoffrey Whitebread
Assistant Professor, Gallaudet University
Engagement, Empathy, Equity and Ethics: Exploring the Roles of ASL Interpreters


April 12
8:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
The Exploitation of Alternative Financial Resources for Local Governments

Track: Money Talks: The Use and Management of Public Funds to Meet Today’s Challenges
Hosted by the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management (ABFM)

Moderator/Coauthor

David Hai Guo
Associate Professor, Florida International University
Urban-Rural Inequality and Land Financing in China: A Multi-Level Analysis

Presenter

Laicheng Wen
Professor, Central University of Finance and Economics
Transparency, Price Formation Mechanism and Risk Control of Local Government Special Bonds in China

Presenters/Coauthors

Camila Fonseca
Research Associate, University of Minnesota
The Use of Performance Measures in Transit Funding Allocation: Experiences across States

Xiaokun Gu
Associate Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Urban-Rural Inequality and Land Financing in China: A Multi-Level Analysis

Coauthors

Liang Ma
Professor, Renmin University of China
Bad money drives out good? Evidence from government regulations of industrial overcapacity in China

Mark Robbins
Professor, University of Connecticut
Urban-Rural Inequality and Land Financing in China: A Multi-level Analysis


April 13

8:45 p.m. - 9:45 p.m.
Responses to the Pandemic and Reforms in South Asia

Track: Beyond Borders: Joining Forces for Shared Learning and Action
Hosted by the South Asian Section for Public Administration (SASPA)

Moderator

Meghna Sabharwal
Professor, University of Texas at Dallas

Discusssant

Alasdair Roberts
Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Presenters

Rumki Basu
Professor, Jamia Millia University
From ‘Cooperative’ to ‘Symbiotic’ Federalism in India: Lessons from the Pandemic

Asif Shahan
Associate Professor, University of Dhaka
When Confusion Facilitates Innovation: Explaining Bangladesh’s Response to COVID-19

Krishna Tummala
Professor Emeritus, Kansas State University
Constitutional Corruption in India

Presenters/Coauthors

Zafar Iqbal Jadoon
Profesor, University of Central Punjab
Governance Capacity and Legitimacy in Crisis Management: How Pakistan has Responded to COVID-19 Crisis


April 14
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
State and Local Transportation Infrastructure Policy and Finance

Track: Modern Infrastructure for a 21st Century Society
Hosted by the Section on Transportation Policy and Administration (STPA)

Moderator/Presenter

Can Chen
Assistant Professor, Florida International University

Presenters

John Bartle
Dean and Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Jiseul Kim
Assistant Professor, Arkansas State University

Chad Miller
Professor, Economic Development, University of Southern Mississippi


April 14
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Korean Public Administration in the United States: Connection, Commitment and Contribution

Track: Beyond Borders: Joining Forces for Shared Learning and Action
Hosted by the Section on Korean Public Administration (SKPA)

Moderator

Jooho Lee
Associate Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Discusssants

Frances Berry
Reubin O.D. Askew Eminent Scholar and Frank Sherwood Professor of PA, Florida State University

Marc Holzer
Distinguished Professor, Suffolk University

Jong Jun
Professor Emeritus, California State University East Bay

Pan Suk Kim
Professor, Yonsei University

M. Jae Moon
Dean and Professor, Yonsei University

James Perry
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Indiana University-Bloomington


April 14
6:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Public Performance Management and Accountability from a Comparative Perspective

Track: Modern Infrastructure for a 21st Century Society
Hosted by the Section on Public Performance Management (SPPM)

Moderator

Marc Holzer
Distinguished Professor, Suffolk University
Convergence of Budgetary Reforms? A Comprehensive Study of Decisional Convergence of Performance Budgeting Foundations in the United States and China

Moderator/Presenter

Elaine Lu
Professor and Director, John Jay College of Criminal Justice City University of New York
Convergence of Budgetary Reforms? A Comprehensive Study of Decisional Convergence of Performance Budgeting Foundations in the United States and China

Presenters/Coauthors

Jiaqi Liang
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago
Intensified Oversight, Data Manipulation and Performance-Based Accountability

Liang Ma
Professor, Renmin University of China
What Drives the Adoption of Third-party Evaluation: The Case of Doing Business in China

Weijie Wang
Assistant Professor, University of Missouri-Columbia
Does Government Performance Signal Affect Citizens’ Satisfaction?

Coauthors

Tom Christensen
Professor, University of Oslo
What Drives the Adoption of Third-party Evaluation: The Case of Doing Business in China

Lina Du
Lanzhou University, Lanzhou University
Convergence of Budgetary Reforms? A Comprehensive Study of Decisional Convergence of Performance Budgeting Foundations in the United States and China

Xu Han
PhD Student, University of Maryland - College Park
Intensified Oversight, Data Manipulation and Performance-Based Accountability

Wensheng He
Dean and Professor, Lanzhou University
Convergence of Budgetary Reforms? A Comprehensive Study of Decisional Convergence of Performance Budgeting Foundations in the United States and China

Taek Kyu Kim
PhD Student, University of Missouri
Does Government Performance Signal Affect Citizens’ Satisfaction?


April 15
10:15 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
COVID-19 and Civil Society in the United States and Beyond

Track: Good Governance and Meaningful Public Service
Hosted by the Section on Nonprofits (SNP)

Moderator/Presenter

Bok Jeong
Assistant Professor, Kean University
The COVID-19 Crisis and Civil Society’s Priorities in Protecting Vulnerable Communities: Cases in the United States, South Korea and India

Presenters

Wendy Chen
Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University
Who Got the Most from the Federal Loan Program during the Pandemic?

Philip Nufrio
Professor, Metropolitan College of New York
A Baseline Analysis of Action and Inaction During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons Now and Into the Future

Wanzhu Shi
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M International University
Measuring Nonprofit Organizations in the U.S.-Mexico Border Community during the COVID-19

Presenters/Coauthors

Lauren Azevedo
Assistant Professor, Penn State University
Interorganizational communication in a nonprofit food network amid COVID-19

Suparna Soni
Assistant Professor, SUNY Buffalo State
The COVID-19 Crisis and Civil Society’s Priorities in Protecting Vulnerable Communities: Cases in the United States, South Korea and India

Jesus Valero
Assistant Professor, University of Utah
The COVID-19 Crisis and Civil Society’s Priorities in Protecting Vulnerable Communities: Cases in the United States, South Korea and India


April 15
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Collaborative Governance: Theory and Applications

Track: Beyond Borders: Joining Forces for Shared Learning and Action
Hosted by the Section on Complexity and Network Studies (SCNS)

Moderator/Presenter

Aleksey Kolpakov
Assistant Professor, University of Nevada Reno
Assessing Sustainability of Collaborative Governance in Recidivism Reduction Networks

Discusssant

Goktug Morcol
Professor of Public Policy and Administration, Pennsylvania State University

Presenter

Naim Kapucu
Pegasus Professor, University of Central Florida
Partnerships and network governance for sustainability in an urban environment for food-energy-water (FEW) nexus

Presenters/Coauthors

Jennifer Lanterman
Assistant Professor, University of Nevada, Reno
Assessing Sustainability of Collaborative Governance in Recidivism Reduction Networks

Christopher Marchand
PhD Student, University of Nevada, Reno
Assessing Sustainability of Collaborative Governance in Recidivism Reduction Networks
Assessing Sustainability of Collaborative Governance in Recidivism Reduction Networks

Bing Ran
Associate Professor, Penn State Harrisburg
A Contingency Perspective on Managing Accountability Paradoxes in Governance Networks
and
Paradoxes in Collaborative Governance

Saahir Shafi
Doctoral Candidate, Penn State Harrisburg
A Contingency Perspective on Managing Accountability Paradoxes in Governance Networks

Coauthors

Sean Beaudet
MPA Student and Graduate Assistant,, University of Central Florida
Partnerships and network governance for sustainability in an urban environment for food-energy-water (FEW) nexus

Ni-bin Chang
Professor and Director, University of Central Florida
Partnerships and Network Governance for Sustainability: An Urban Food-Energy-Water (FEW) Nexus

Veronica Dahir
Director of Grant Sawyer Center for Justice Studies, University of Nevada, Reno
Assessing Sustainability of Collaborative Governance in Recidivism Reduction Networks

Huiting Qi
Doctoral Candidate, Penn State University at Harrisburg
Paradoxes in Collaborative Governance


April 15
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Modeling New and Emergent Policy Problems: A Roundtable Discussion on Research Approaches for COVID-19

Track: “Fixing” Our Government: Putting Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again
Hosted by the Section on Public Administration Research (SPAR)

Moderators/Discussants

Louise Comfort
Professor, University of Pittsburgh

Kimberly Nelson
Professor, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Jessica Sowa
Professor, University of Delaware, Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy & Admin.

Presenters

Yu-Che Chen
Professor and Director, University of Nebraska at Omaha
System Dynamics as a Research Method for Public Policy and Public Health Applications

Cali Curley
Assistant Professor, Indiana University-Purdue University
Structured Coding of Governors' Executive Orders Related to COVID-19

Aaron Deslatte
Assistant Professor, Indiana University Bloomington
Experimental Designs for COVID-19 Research

Peter Federman
Assistant Professor, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Structured Coding of Governors' Executive Orders Related to COVID-19

Seunghyun Lee
PhD Candidate, University of Pittsburgh
A Comparative Case Study of States' Responses to COVID-19: Using Text as Data


April 15
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
The Tension Between Nonprofit Advocacy and Government: Putting Community First in Policymaking

Track: Good Governance and Meaningful Public Service
Hosted by the Section on Nonprofits (SNP)

Convener

Bok Jeong
Assistant Professor, Kean University

Discusssant

Sean McCandless
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Springfield

Moderator/Presenter

Roseanne Mirabella
Professor, Seton Hall University
Black Women’s Leadership in the Civil Rights Movement

Presenter

Jennifer Alexander
Associate Professor, University of Texas-San Antonio
When Civil Society is Not So Civil: The Struggle of Civil Society Organizations in Colombia

Presenters/Coauthors

Peter Batsa
National Catholic Health Service
Community-Informed Policy Design: Using Participatory Action Research to Create Cross-Sector Collaboration around Complex Health Challenges

Lisa Dicke
Professor, University of North Texas
An Integrated Response Model for Understanding Local Government Crisis Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kelly Harris
Director of African Studies, Seton Hall University
Black Women’s Leadership in the Civil Rights Movement

Robbie Waters Robichau
Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University
Examining nonprofit service provision and advocacy for foster care youth with disabilities: Are we being inclusive enough?

Yu Shi
Assistant Professor, University of North Texas
An Integrated Response Model for Understanding Local Government Crisis Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Matthew Bakko
PhD Student and Health Policy Research Scholar, University of Michigan
Disrupting the U.S. Cash Bail System: Community-Based Support and Nonprofit Advocacy

Cynthia Golembeski
JD/PhD Student/Health Policy Research Scholar, Rutgers University/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Disrupting the U.S. Cash Bail System: Community-Based Support and Nonprofit Advocacy

Coauthors

Hee Soun Jang
Associate Professor and MPA Program Coordinator, University of North Texas
An Integrated Response Model for Understanding Local Government Crisis Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Laura Keyes
Lecturer, Undergraduate Program Coordinator, University of North Texas
An Integrated Response Model for Understanding Local Government Crisis Management during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jessica Kritz
Assistant Research Professor, Georgetown University
Community-Informed Policy Design: Using Participatory Action Research to Create Cross-Sector Collaboration around Complex Health Challenge


April 15
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Stronger Together: Sharing and Applying the CONNECT Model

Track: Beyond Borders: Joining Forces for Shared Learning and Action
Hosted by the Keystone State Chapter

Moderator

Lydia Morin
Executive Director, CONNECT

Presenter

David Miller
Founding Advisor, CONNECT and Professor Emeritus, University of Pittsburgh

Coauthors

Lisa Dicke
Professor, University of North Texas
The COVID-19 Crisis and Civil Society’s Priorities in Protecting Vulnerable Communities: Cases in the United States, South Korea and India

Brie Haupt
Assistant Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University
Interorganizational communication in a nonprofit food network amid COVID-19