Tag: Bruce Katz

Podcast: The New Localism with Bruce Katz & Jeremy Nowak

Bruce Katz Centennial Scholar The Brookings Institution Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter Jeremy Nowak Senior Fellow The Brookings Institution Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter The authors of a new book, The New Localism: How Cities Can Thrive in the Age of Populism, Bruce Katz and Jeremy Nowak joined the podcast to talk urbanism and cities. Bruce … Continued

Podcast: The New Localism with Bruce Katz & Jeremy Nowak

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What’s Ahead for GovLove in 2018

We’ll use this post to announce the guests that we’ve booked for the GovLove podcast in 2018. Support GovLove with a 5-star review. We’ll read it on an upcoming episode.  Rising Through the Ranks: From Chemist to Executive Director ELGL co-founder Kent Wyatt will interview Cathy Bailey, Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) about being a leader … Continued

Knope of the Week: Bruce Katz, Co-Author of The Metropolitan Revolution

What is the Knope of the Week? It’s our way of recognizing an individual or group of individuals who have excelled in promoting the public sector. Recipients may come from the public or private sector and are nominated by ELGL members. Recipients receive an incredible amount of recognition and prizes that we are not at … Continued

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