ASPA will honor the following individuals and organizations as recipients of its 2020 annual awards. These awards, as well as a number of Section awards, will be presented during the 2020 Annual Conference.
Dates and times of presentations will be provided as soon as details are confirmed.

National Public Service Award

  • Miguel Marquez (Santa Clara County)
  • Sean O’Keefe (Syracuse University)
  • Jennifer Riggle (Health Resources Services Administration)
  • P. Benjamin Smith (Indian Health Service)

Gloria Hobson Nordin Social Equity Award

Terryl Ross (University of Washington)

Elmer Staats Lifetime Achievement Award for Distinguished Service

Janice Lachance (The American Geophysical Union)

Paul Van Riper Award for Excellence and Service

  • Teodoro Benavides (The University of Texas at Dallas)
  • Mary Guy (University of Colorado Denver)

Donald C. Stone Service to ASPA Award

  • M. Jae Moon (Yonsei University)
  • Roslyn Alic-Batson (Miami-Dade County)

Dwight Waldo Award

Richard Stillman (University of Colorado Denver)

John W. Gaston Award

Craig Grossenbacher (Miami-Dade County)

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Exemplary Practice Award

Community Building Initiative, Charlotte (NC)

Public Administration Review Awards

Louis Brownlow Award
Bert George (Ghent University)
Richard M. Walker (City University of Hong Kong)
Joost Monster (Focus Orange)
“Does Strategic Planning Improve Organizational Performance? A Meta‐Analysis”

Laverne Burchfield Award

Ian T. Adams (University of Utah)

William E. Mosher and Frederick C. Mosher Award
Roman Kislov (University of Manchester)
Paul Wilson (University of Manchester)
Greta Cummings (University of Alberta)
Anna Ehrenberg (Dalarna University)
Wendy Gifford (University of Ottawa)
Janet Kelly (University of Adelaide)
Alison Kitson (Flinders University—Adelaide)
Lena Pettersson (Dalarna University)
Lars Wallin (Dalarna University)
Gill Harvey (University of Adelaide)
“From Research Evidence to ‘Evidence by Proxy’? Organizational Enactment of Evidence‐Based Health Care in Four High‐Income Countries”

Chester Newland Award
Donald F. Kettl (University of Texas)
“From Policy to Practice: From Ideas to Results, From Results to Trust"

H. George Frederickson PA TIMES Best Article Award

Michael Ford (University of Wisconsin—Oshkosh)

International Public Administration Award

Nittam Chandel (Swami Vivekanand Government College Ghumarwin)

Wallace O. Keene Conference Scholarship Award

  • Evelyn Trammell (Florida International University)
  • Vernise Estorcien (Florida International University)

Walter M. Mode Conference Scholarship Award

Jeannetta Maxena (University of Central Florida)

Patricia J. Yearwood Newsletter Award—Section

Section on International and Comparative Administration

Patricia J. Yearwood Newsletter Award—Chapter

South Florida Chapter

Oveta Culp Hobby Award—Chapter

South Florida Chapter

Center for Accountability and Performance 2019 Awards

  • Emerging Leaders Awards:
    • Adrienne Schomeker (New York City)
    • Carmen Moreno-Rivera (Louisville Metro Government)
    • Kate May (City of Rochester)
  • Harry Hatry Distinguished Performance Measurement and Practice Award: Charlie Perusse (State of North Carolina)
  • Joseph Wholey Distinguished Scholarship Award: David Ammons (University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill)

Congratulations to this year's award winners!