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#ELGLInspire Speaker: Katie Babits

Katie Babits Human Rights and Equity Analyst, City of Eugene What was the very first paying job you held (that you paid taxes on)? Combine driver (as in for grass seed harvest, that gives everyone allergies) What was your: undergraduate institution? Graduate institution? What was/were your degree(s) in? Missouri Valley College (Dbl major Criminal Justice … Continued

My Life in Presidential Terms with Katie Babits, City of Eugene, OR

In this series, ELGL members reflect on how their life has changed from 2008 to 2016, and look forward to where they’ll be in 2024. ELGL members can sign up to share their experiences at My Life in Presidential Terms.  By Katie Babits – LinkedIn and Twitter I vividly remember the night Obama was elected president. I … Continued

6 Tips for Writing a Resume by Katie Babits, Veneta, OR

In this series of articles, ELGL members will reflect on the themes from our recent survey on careers. Katie Babits, City of Veneta, OR management analyst, leads us off with six tips for writing a resume. 6 Tips for Writing a Resume by Katie Babits – LinkedIn and Twitter Upon graduating from the Missouri State University MPA program in … Continued

360 Review of Local Government with Katie Babits, Veneta, OR

Who doesn’t love a good ol’ fashioned performance reivew? ELGL loves them so much that we’re embarking on a “360 Review of Local Government.” We’re going to evaulate every single inch of the local government arena by talking to ourselves (a.k.a: other local government professionals), tech companies, journalists, professors, and anyone else who hasn’t blocked our … Continued

Deep Thoughts with Katie Babits, City of Veneta, OR

Prepare for #ELGL14 by learning about who is attending. Find out if you’ll be surrounded by soft talkers, loud eaters, and finger biters or whether you’ll be surrounded by the best in local government. Katie Babits City of Veneta, OR – Management Analyst Connect: LinkedIn and Twitter (Complete the sentence) #ELGL14 is… …an incredible opportunity to meet … Continued

#ELGL19 Attendee: Kylie Bayer

“Know before you go:” that’s our philosophy with ELGL events. We’re profiling our awesome attendees for #ELGL19 in Durham so you can connect with fellow attendees before the best local government conference in the world, held May 15-17, 2019 in Durham, NC. Register today! Kylie Bayer Human Resources Manager, City of McMinnville, OR Twitter | … Continued

#ELGLPopUps: Choose Your Own Adventure in PDX

In this post, you’ll hear from those who have registered for the upcoming Pop Up in Portland, Oregon. View the complete agenda and register. Erin Reynolds City Manager – City of Florence Steve Campbell III Director of Public Safety – City of Happy Valley Gayla Jennings City of Portland, OR Nic Westendorf Management Analyst – … Continued

Implicit Bias: “But I’m Not Racist!”

This guest post by Katie Babits is part of the Jam of the Month: Workforce Development – Recruiting & Retaining Talent, hosted by SGRecruiter. When I begin to discuss implicit bias the most common statement that is, “But I’m not racist!” Calm down, nobody said you were, calm down. It’s hard for people to talk about diversity, … Continued

#ELGLInspire – University of Oregon

#ELGLInspire: University of Oregon September 28, 2018 Oregon Student Union, Noon – 3:30 p.m. – Lunch provided RSVP required! This unique program inspires students to pursue local government careers. ELGL is a professional association that engages the brightest minds in local government. This event is held on the University of Oregon campus. Lunch is included. Speakers will … Continued

#ELGLInspire: University of Oregon

#ELGLInspire: University of Oregon September 28, 2018 Oregon Student Union, Noon – 3:30 p.m. – Lunch provided RSVP required! This unique program inspires undergraduate students to pursue local government careers. ELGL is a professional association that engages the brightest minds in local government. This event is held on the University of Oregon campus. Lunch is included. Speakers … Continued

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