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Category: Book Reviews

Permission To Screw Up: Book Reflection By Ruanda McFerren

On November 18, 2021 ELGL members discussed “Permission to Screw Up” by Kristen Hadeed for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Ruanda McFerren, Program Manager, Office of Housing Preservation and Development, … Continued

Permission To Screw Up: Book Reflection By Stephanie Taylor

On November 18, 2021 ELGL members discussed “Permission to Screw Up” by Kristen Hadeed for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Stephanie Taylor, Public Information Coordinator, Carlisle Bourough. Connect with Stephanie … Continued

Permission To Screw Up: Book Reflection By Karen Tapahe

On November 18, 2021 ELGL members discussed “Permission to Screw Up” by Kristen Hadeed for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Karen Tapahe, City Council Community Relations Coordinator for Provo, Utah. … Continued

Permission To Screw Up: Book Reflection By Jeannetta Maxena

On November 18, 2021 ELGL members discussed “Permission to Screw Up” by Kristen Hadeed for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Jeannetta Maxena, MPA. Senior Management Fellow, City of Fort Lauderdale. … Continued

Re-Learning and Heavy Lifting in my 50s

On May 20, 2021, ELGL members will discuss “Caste” by Isabel Wilkerson for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Cathy A. Oloffson, director of Communications & Community Relations, Town of Normal. … Continued

“Ready, Fire, Aim” – Catchy to Say, Messy in Practice

On February 18, 2021, ELGL members discussed “Citizenville” by California Governor Gavin Newsom for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Alyse Lui. In his book, Citizenville, Gavin Newsome makes a compelling argument … Continued

“Citizenville” Book Review by Natalie Evans

On February 18, 2021, ELGL members discussed “Citizenville” by California Governor Gavin Newsom for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Natalie Evans. The world of technology and digital platforms is ever-changing. … Continued

“Citizenville” Book Review by Ed Dzitko

On February 18, 2021, ELGL members will discuss “Citizenville” by California Governor Gavin Newsom for the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Ed Dzitko. A few years ago, a co-worker asked what … Continued

“Greedy Bastards” Book Review by Sam Kelly-Quattrocchi

On January 21, 2021, ELGL members will discuss “Greedy Bastards” by Sheryl Scully at the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Sam Kelly-Quattrocchi, finance analyst for the City of Springfield, OR. Connect … Continued

“Greedy Bastards” Book Review by Ruanda McFerren

On January 21, 2021, ELGL members will discuss “Greedy Bastards” by Sheryl Scully at the ELGL Book Club. We gave away six signed copies of the book to our members and asked them to write reflections on the book. Here’s the reflection post by Ruanda McFerren, Housing Program Manager with the City of Kansas City, MO. … Continued

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