American Society for Public Administration - National Capital Area Chapter

American Society for Public Administration - National Capital Area Chapter This is the National Capital Area Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration Since 1939, ASPA has been the nation's most respected society representing all forums in the public service arena.

We are advocates for greater effectiveness in government, agents of goodwill and professionalism, publishers of democratic journalism at its very best, purveyors of progressive theory and practice, and providers of global citizenship. We believe that by embracing new ideas, addressing key public service issues, and promoting change at both the local and international levels, we can enhance the quality of lives worldwide.

Operating as usual

12/13/2020
Drinks and Conversations

Join us this week for Drinks and Conversations!

The NCAC Board of Directors invites you to join them in drinks and conversation.

12/09/2020
Drinks and Conversations

Next week join us from the comfort of your home for drinks and conversations!

The NCAC Board of Directors invites you to join them in drinks and conversation.

12/01/2020
Drinks and Conversations

Happy December with Drinks and Conversation!

The NCAC Board of Directors invites you to join them in drinks and conversation.

11/11/2020
Drinks and Conversations

Check your inbox. You should have received an invitation to our fall events.

The NCAC Board of Directors invites you to join them in drinks and conversation.

07/15/2020

Check your email! @aspa_ncac is supporting professional development of early career (5 years of professional experience --> [email protected]

‪During this evening’s Annual Meeting, we honored some terrific public servants, introduced the new board & discussed th...
05/07/2020

‪During this evening’s Annual Meeting, we honored some terrific public servants, introduced the new board & discussed the State of the Chapter. ‬

03/25/2020

Dear NCAC Members,
The past few weeks have been challenging as we grapple with Covid-19. We hope you are safe and healthy. We are moving forward with elections for the next Board of Directors. Please check your emails & cast your ballot. Voting ends at 11:59pm EST on 4/22/2020.

No plans tonight? Join us to discuss Affordable Housing & Regionalism
11/20/2019
AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND REGIONALISM

No plans tonight? Join us to discuss Affordable Housing & Regionalism

A major “wicked problem” at the national state and local levels of governments and many nonprofits is affordable housing.

[This Wednesday] 11/20 Affordable Housing & Regionalism
11/18/2019
AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND REGIONALISM

[This Wednesday] 11/20 Affordable Housing & Regionalism

A major “wicked problem” at the national state and local levels of governments and many nonprofits is affordable housing.

Join us in 1 week for Affordable Housing and Regionalism
11/13/2019
AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND REGIONALISM

Join us in 1 week for Affordable Housing and Regionalism

A major “wicked problem” at the national state and local levels of governments and many nonprofits is affordable housing.

[2 Weeks] 11/20 Affordable Housing and Regionalism
11/06/2019
AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND REGIONALISM

[2 Weeks] 11/20 Affordable Housing and Regionalism

A major “wicked problem” at the national state and local levels of governments and many nonprofits is affordable housing.

[3 Weeks] Affordable Housing and Regionalism
10/30/2019
AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND REGIONALISM

[3 Weeks] Affordable Housing and Regionalism

A major “wicked problem” at the national state and local levels of governments and many nonprofits is affordable housing.

Wednesday 11/20 we're sponsoring a discussion on Affordable Housing & Regionalism https://buff.ly/2qKQsjp
10/29/2019

Wednesday 11/20 we're sponsoring a discussion on Affordable Housing & Regionalism https://buff.ly/2qKQsjp

No evening plans? Join us by 6:30pm here:
09/26/2019
Up from Poverty

No evening plans? Join us by 6:30pm here:

Up from Poverty: How an Urban School Transformed the Lives and Families of Students in DC Dr. Cleopatra Hargett-Lawton, Executive Director for the locally-based Institute for Teaching and Learning, will describe how the Perry School in DC recovered from long-term effects of poverty and propelled stu...

This Thursday, join us by 6:30pm at the Partnership
09/23/2019
Up from Poverty

This Thursday, join us by 6:30pm at the Partnership

Up from Poverty: How an Urban School Transformed the Lives and Families of Students in DC Dr. Cleopatra Hargett-Lawton, Executive Director for the locally-based Institute for Teaching and Learning, will describe how the Perry School in DC recovered from long-term effects of poverty and propelled stu...

In a week, join us to discuss education policy by 6:30pm
09/19/2019
Up from Poverty

In a week, join us to discuss education policy by 6:30pm

Up from Poverty: How an Urban School Transformed the Lives and Families of Students in DC Dr. Cleopatra Hargett-Lawton, Executive Director for the locally-based Institute for Teaching and Learning, will describe how the Perry School in DC recovered from long-term effects of poverty and propelled stu...

2 weeks until our education policy event, Thursday 9/26
09/12/2019
Up from Poverty

2 weeks until our education policy event, Thursday 9/26

Up from Poverty: How an Urban School Transformed the Lives and Families of Students in DC Dr. Cleopatra Hargett-Lawton, Executive Director for the locally-based Institute for Teaching and Learning, will describe how the Perry School in DC recovered from long-term effects of poverty and propelled stu...

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PO Box 23909
Washington D.C., DC
20026

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Officers: Judy England-Joseph, President Sally Jaggar, Vice President Allen Lomax, Secretary David Reed, Treasurer Committee Chairs: Paula Acevedo, Communications Billy Leiserson, Programs Michael Silliman, Membership Board Members At Large: Erica L. Van Steen Pamela Foster

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