Podcast: Near the Top Report with Leisha Dehart-Davis & Kimberly Nelson

Posted on March 8, 2019


Leisha Dehart-DavisKimberly Nelson
Leisha Dehart-Davis
Professor of Public Administration
and Government
UNC School of Government
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Kimberly Nelson
Associate Professor of Public
Administration and Government
UNC School of Government
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Diversity in the local government profession. Two professors from the University of North Carolina School of Government share findings from recent research on the diversity of city and county managers. Leisha Dehart-Davis and Kimberly Nelson talked about what they heard from interviewing managers for their “Near the Top” report and the importance of attracting women and people of color to local government management.

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