Tag: Kim Sandoval

Reach Out: Diversity & Combatting Racism

“This is NOT the race article I’d been mentally writing for the past six weeks..” Kim Sandoval begins in this post she wrote on diversity and racism in the wake of the shooting in Charleston that killed nine people in a historic African-American Church. Kim shares the lessons she’s choosing to take away from this tragic event.  … Continued

Push/Pull: Closing Out the Push/Pull Analysis

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] We started the #Push/Pull exploration as a follow up to ELGL’s Glacial Pace and ICMA’sWomen_Leading_Government articles. The percent of women leading local government organizations has not increased from 1984 until today. The Push/Pull series has been Kim Sandoval’s attempt to discover where those leaving local government service – both women and men – have gone. … Continued

Push/Pull: Changing Jurisdictions

We started the #Push/Pull exploration as a follow up to ELGL’s Glacial Pace and ICMA’s Women_Leading_Government articles. The percent of women leading local government organizations has not increased from 1984 until today. The Push/Pull series has been Kim Sandoval’s attempt to discover where those leaving local government service – both women and men – have gone.

Pushed or Pulled? Responses to the Push/Pull Survey

This is the next installment in Kim Sandoval’s “Push/Pull” study.  Kim surveyed people who had left the local government workforce.  She hopes to learn the reasons why people leave, to tease out some of the possible impediments to achieving more diversity in local government leadership.

Push/Pull: Opening the Door to Survey Responses

Kim Sandoval’s “Push/Pull” series is part of the ELGL #13percent initiative.  Kim is specifically looking at the reasons why people enter and leave local government careers.  Read all of her columns here. First, I’d like to extend a BIG thank you to those of you who either took the time to forward our survey request on … Continued

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