The MPA Community Advisory Board is established as a consultative body that lends expertise to the degree program, and it will serve as an advisory panel on the program’s policies and operations.
The Community Advisory Board interacts with the MPA Director, the Chair of the Department of Social Sciences, the Dean of the Katherine Reese Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, and other campus officials in its advisory and consultative role.
Community Advisory Board assists the MPA program in fulfilling its mission statement by:
The board consists of several members of the community who work in public and non-profit sectors. Some of our notable members are:
Chief Patrick Clayton (MPA Alumnus)
John Waller (Retd. Colonel - MPA Alumnus)
Carmen Landy (MPA Alumna)
Tammy G. Shepherd
Dr. Christopher McKinney
Todd Glover (MPA Alumnus)
Stuart T. Bedenbaugh