Tag: Mark Funkhouser

Our Missing Leaders by Mark Funkhouser, Publisher of GOVERNING

GOVERNING has given us permission to reprint Mark Funkhouser‘s column that appeared in the March 2015 issue. Why should you care? Mark, a Knope of the Week winner and Publisher of GOVERNING, weighed in on the #13Percent initiative and confirms that the status quo is not acceptable. What could be better? ELGL and GOVERNING are exploring a … Continued

#6 in ’14: A Night of Funk(houser)

We’re counting down the hits from 2014….. #10: SeeClickFix Names ELGL as a Civic Space Leader, #9: ELGL expanding to Washington State, #8: Foreignness of Local Government, #7 Two Cities. Two Mayors. One Cause, and now for #6… Happy Hour With Mark Funkhouser, Publisher of Governing July 2014 was a busy month for ELGL. Two weeks before entertaining Portland Mayor … Continued

Knope of the Week: Mark Funkhouser, Publisher of Governing

Half Mayor, Half Father, All Funk His Twitter bio says it all, “Half mayor, half father, all Funk. Mayor of KCMO from 5/07 to 5/11. Publisher of GOVERNING.” The man behind that bio is Mark Funkhouser and he is the Knope of the Week. His credentials are impeccable from city auditor to Mayor of Kansas City to … Continued

What We Learned From Mark Funkhouser, Publisher of Governing

Unofficial Picture Show: A Night of Funk(houser) Official Picture Show: The David Nguyen Collection: A Night of Funk(houser) Takeaways Mark Funkhouser, publisher of Governing, addressed a standing room only crowd of ELGL members, Oregon Fellows, Portland State University faculty and staff, and other local government professionals on July 17 at Base Camp Brewery. The following are … Continued

Happy Hour With Mark Funkhouser, Publisher of Governing Magazine

Join us on July 17 at 5:00 pm for a get together with the publisher of Governing magazine. Mark Funkhouser is coming to Portland and ELGL is partnering with Portland State to host a social hour with him. So join us at Base Camp Brewing in Southeast Portland for this fun event. RSVP

01.24.13 Your Morning Buzz

UPCHUCK! Trader Joe’s raises price of ‘Two-Buck Chuck’ [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpnIvjUziB0&w=420&h=315]   ELGL News and Notes Join ELGL: Students (free), individuals ($20), and organizations ($250) Newest Members: Dan Blue, City of Gresham, Recycling and Solid Waste Program Manager Kenny Asher, City of Tigard, Community Development Director Upcoming Forums: January 24: ELGL Advisory Board Meeting January 29: ELGL … Continued

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