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#ELGLTraeger: 61-70

These ten Traeger Award winners represent everything that’s good in local government. Join ELGL in celebrating their accomplishments, and connect with them on Twitter and LinkedIn to learn from their expertise. ELGL and Zencity are proud to honor these ten leaders with a Traeger Award! Meet all the Traegers! #91-100 #81-90 #71-80 Josh Edwards Assistant … Continued

Faith and Public Service with Hannah Lebovits

In the series, ELGL members talk about how they balance their personal faith with their public service careers.  By Hannah Lebovits, PhD Student, Urban Studies and Public Affairs A few months ago, when I saw the “Call for Writers” for this series, I thought it would be a great opportunity to discuss my experience as … Continued

#13Percent: Defining Miss Frizzle

Elizabeth Vogel, Deputy Supervisor at Charter Township of Clinton, kicked off our series, “Continuing the #13Percent Conversation.” Hannah Lebovits, candidate for Uiversity Heights, Ohio, City Council, continues it by sharing her experience. Sign up to be guest writer for this series. By Hannan Lebovits (LinkedIn | Twitter | Website) The other day, my toddler asked me if Miss Frizzle is … Continued

Classes are Coming: The Long and Slow Path

By Susan Barkman, LinkedIn and Twitter  First off, I must acknowledge that I was lucky my supervisor and co-workers were incredibly supportive of my pursuit of a Master’s in Public Administration… even after four years.  I took four years, because I was in a tuition benefit program and did not want to take out more student loans. … Continued

Classes are Coming: Five Memes to Get You Through Grad School

  By Hannah Lebovits (ELGL Profile, LinkedIn and Twitter) With the fall semester coming up, I took some time to reflect on my grad school experience as an MPA graduate and current PhD student. I am definitely not a grad school pro but with two little kids, various community projects and a city council run, I’ve learned a thing … Continued

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