Founders’ Fellows Panels
Below are the four panels that will feature the 2019 Founders' Fellows at this year's conference. Make sure to stop in on these sessions and listen in on these rising stars' presentations!
All panels will take place in Virginia.
Friday | 2:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Promoting Excellence in Education and Nonprofit Organizations
Doctoral Student, University of Delaware
How School District Secession Impacts the District Left Behind
MPA Student, University of Alabama—Birmingham
Public Partnerships in STEM Education
Doctoral Student, George Mason University
Advocacy, Activism and the Academy
Doctoral Student, Virginia Commonwealth University
How does Nonprofit Board Inclusion Impact Effectiveness
Doctoral Student, Syracuse University
The Drivers and Consequences of Nonprofit Board Interlocks
Saturday | 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Citizen Participation and the Creation of Public Value
Administrative Coordinator, The City of Oklahoma City Planning Department
Moving the Needle Forward in the Right-to-Food Discourse: Consumer Empowerment as the Realization of Substantive Justice
Adjunct Instructor of Political Science, Ohio University—Chillicothe
The Bureau Voting Model in Africa
Doctoral Student, Florida State University
Social Enterprise and Public Value Creation
Doctoral Student, Florida International University
Doctoral Student, University of North Texas
Do Traditional Citizen Participation and E-Participation Make A Difference in Terms of Their Effects on Citizen Satisfaction? Evidence from Local US. Governments
Sunday | 3:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Improving Service Delivery in Public Sector Organizations in the U.S. and Abroad
Assistant Professor, Jamia Millia Islamia
Challenges of Low-Income Democracies in Public Service Delivery
MPA Student, University of Central Florida
Solutions to Issues Affecting the Public Administration Landscape Today
Doctoral Student, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Twenty-Eight Years Later: A Cross-Country Analysis of Development Divergence and Bureaucratic Institutions in Post-Communist States
Doctoral Student, Tennessee State Board of Education
Role Theory in Public Education Governance
Doctoral Student, The University of Texas at Dallas
Do Civil Service Reforms Increase the Accountability of Public Service Personnel and Organizations? A Comparative Analysis
Monday | 11:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Public Human Resource Management Practices and Strategies
Doctoral Student, University of Colorado Denver
Camaraderie, Color-Blindness and Work Trends: Whiteness in Public People Management
Doctoral Student, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
The Effect of Reputation on Recruitment: The Case of the Constitutional Autonomous Agencies in Mexico
MPA Student, Louisiana State University
Utilizing Collaborative Efforts across Multiple Disciplines in Higher Education as an Engine to Promote Social Change while Generating Interest in Higher Education Programs
Joseph Maya Rodríguez
MPA Student, Rutgers University—Newark
Representation and Technology: Challenges for Public Administration
Doctoral Student, Mississippi State University
How Do Emergent Strategies Affect Strategic Planning in Public Sector?