Publications & Presentations

Our Fellows and staff work hard to share what they are learning about city government and how to effectively engage talent in our communities’ most important public service work.  Our blog is only one way we share what we’re learning.  Here’s a short list of articles our Fellows and staff have published and presentations we’ve given.  Want us to speak to your organization or write an article for your publication?  Contact Michael Rocco, michael@cityhallfellows.org.

 

Publications

Can’t Afford to Hire New Talent This Year?  Wrong!
by Bethany Rubin Henderson & Rod Wood
Public Management (April 2012), p. 24

Smart, Young Talent in City Halls?  Sharing a New Reality
by Bethany Rubin Henderson
care2 blog (Aug. 7, 2011)

Forget the Buildings, Let’s Talk about the People.  Why the Municipal Talent Crisis Demands Urban Planners’ Full Attention
by Ted Wieber (H2010) & Bethany Rubin Henderson
Living Urbanism (Dec. 2010)

Making the Case for Community-Based Wellness Programs
by Bethany Rubin Henderson & Niiobli Armah, IV (H2009)
99 National Civic Review 1, p. 27 (Spring 2010)

Is Getting into the Community Garden Business a Good Way to Engage Citizens in Local Government?
by Bethany Rubin Henderson & Kimberly Hartsfield (H2009)
98 National Civic Review 4, p. 12 (Winter 2009)

Under the Neon Clock: Young professionals’ journey through a year in local government
a blog by the Houston Fellows about working for the City of Houston
Chron.commons (2009-2010)

Don’t Shut the Door on Your Way Out: Stopping the Threat to City Operations Posed by the Aging Municipal Workforce
by Bethany Rubin Henderson
97 National Civic Review 3, p. 3 (Fall 2008)

Presentations

Public Presentation on Sit/Lie Ordinance Report
Sponsored by San Francisco District Supervisor Christina Olague
by Peter Gallotta, Jamie Querubin, Leah Fraimow-Wong & Jessica Cassella, 2012 San Francisco Fellows (Aug. 15, 2008)

Promoting Good Governance Worldwide: The Convergence of Accountability & Citizen Engagement
Section for Certified Public Management & International Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration
American Society for Public Administration Annual Conference
Bethany Rubin Henderson, panelist (March 2, 2012)

Engaging Millenials in Governing Cities
Nelson A. Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College
by Bethany Rubin Henderson (Feb. 2011)


Change Your City, Change Your Future
Episcopal School Cornerstones Lecture Series
by Bethany Rubin Henderson (Spring 2010)

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