Handouts

2015 Public Administration Conference Presentations

 

Preconference Session
Navigating Your Way Out of an Ethical Dilemma
:
Frayda Bluestein, Professor, UNC School of Government and Norma Houston, Lecturer, UNC School of Government

Concurrent Sessions
Performance Management in Local Government: Is Practice Influenced by Doctrine?
: David Ammons, Professor, UNC School of Government and Dale Roenigk, Lecturer, UNC School of Government

The Weakest Link: Strains on Local Government Capacity and Intergovernmental Program Failure: Maureen Berner, Professor, UNC School of Government and Alex Vazquez, MPA Student, UNC School of Government

Broadband Connectivity: Improving Access
First Gigabit City in North Carolina: Will Aycock, General Manager, Greenlight Community Broadband, Wilson, NC
Bringing Broadband to the Unserved Areas of Person County: Sybil Tate, Assistant Manager, Person County
Connectivity: Broadband Accessibility in Chapel Hill: Ross Tompkins, Business Analyst, Technology Solutions Department, Town of Chapel Hill

Local Government Workplaces Project: Leisha DeHart-Davis, Associate Professor, UNC School of Government

Strategic Human Capital Management in Local Government: What is it and how do we get there? Willow Jacobson, Associate Professor, UNC School of Government

Partnering with the Private Sector: Insights on Collaboration and Career Opportunities
Encouraging Entrepreneurship: Fletcher L. Hartsell, Jr., NC State Senator, President of Hartsell & Williams PA
American Airlines' Partnership with Charlotte, NC: Tracy Montross, Director of Government Affairs, American Airlines
Partnering with the Private Sector: Amy Strecker, NC Local Government and Community Relations Manager, Duke Energy

Big Data Best Practices: Lessons in Sharing
Open Raleigh: Adam Martin, Manager, Open Raleigh, City of Raleigh, NC
Wake Open Data: Bill Scanlon, Open Data Coordinator, Wake County, NC

The Equity of Local Sales Tax Revenue in North Carolina: Whitney Afonso, Assistant Professor, UNC School of Government

Citizen Academies: Ricardo Morse, Associate Professor, UNC School of Government

Exploring the Roots of Administrative Corruption: Kim Nelson, Associate Professor, UNC School of Government

The Divide: Dealing with Disinformation and Misinformation
Risk Communications
: Mary Beth Koza, Director, Department of Environment, Health, and Safety, UNC-Chapel Hill
Coal Ash Lessons: Misinformation and Disinformation: Mike Hughes, Vice President of Community relations, Duke Energy in North Carolina

CityCamp, North Carolina: Jason Hibbets, Co-Chair, CityCampNC

Closing Session
Reconnecting Government with Citizens
: Scott Mooneyham, Advocacy Communications Strategist, North Carolina League of Municipalities