Member Recognition

Kirsten-Jones-Bike-League.jpgKirsten Jones, second year MA student in the Urban Affairs and Public Policy program at the University of Delaware (UD) and a research assistant for the university’s Institute for Public Administration, presented her poster titled "Promoting Bike Planning Through Video" at the National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C., on March 9, and will be presenting at the National American Planning Association conference in Phoenix, Arizona, in April. Her Newark bike track video provides an excellent example of how video can be used to influence planning and policy. 

Al ManganielloAl Manganiello, from Catholic Charities of Wilmington, has a long career as a manager in two branches of state government, the nonprofit sector and with a Fortune 200 company. Mr. Manganiello spoke at the UD School of Public Policy & Administration’s Spring Contemporary Issues Seminar held on March 1. During the seminar, he shared his experiences and offered practical lessons he learned as a manager. He is also the author of the Award Winning Management Book, Ravioli Rules: A Manager’s Guide to Get the Workplace Cooking.

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