Podcast: Changing the Local Government Workplace

Posted on October 9, 2018


LOC Panel
Lacey Beaty Kylie Bayer Jose Esparza
Lacey Beaty
City Council President
Beaverton, OR
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Kylie Bayer
Human Resources Manager
McMinnville, OR
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Jose Esparza
Community Engagement
Specialist
THPRD
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Pat Rollens Casey Earp
Pat Rollens
Public Information Specialist
Corvallis, OR
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Casey Earp
Engagement Manager
Bang the Table
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A panel of local government staff, an elected official and a tech company staffer discussed the changing workplace. They shared their opinions on what they want to see from their employers, how government can better engage with residents and how local government needs to deal with diversity and inclusion. The group also took questions from the audience that hit on the urban-rural divide, the role of elected officials and white male privilege. The panel included: Lacey Beaty, City Council President at Beaverton, OR; Kylie Bayer, Human Resources Manager at McMinnville, OR; Jose Esparza, Community Engagement Specialist at Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District; Pat Rollens, Public Information Specialist at Corvallis, OR; and Casey Earp, Engagement Manager at Bang the Table.

This episode was recorded live from 2018 League of Oregon Cities conference in Eugene, OR.

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Sr. Budget & Management Analyst at the City of Durham, North Carolina. ELGL Board of Directors. Producer & Co-Host of the GovLove Podcast. Would rather be walking his dog Franklin.

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