Oct 01, 2012

Thought Leaders Join RCLA as Scholars and Fellows

NYU Wagner's Research Center for Leadership in Action is thrilled to welcome leadership and public service experts as visiting scholars and fellows in 2012-2013:

  • Henk De Jong, former Secretary General of Amsterdam and Policy Director of Rotterdam, is the founder and principal of Crust Young Consultants in NY.
  • Barbara Kellerman is the James MacGregor Burns Lecturer in Public Leadership at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, and previously served as the Founding Executive Director of the Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership.
  • Sonja Schenkel is a PhD candidate at the Graduate Institute for International Relations and Development Studies in Geneva. Her research focuses on the intersection between the work of leadership and mothers educating their children about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  
  • Rusty Morgen Stahl, a Fellow at the Tides Foundation, was the Founding Executive Director of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy, a membership association that develops new talent for foundations and the communities they serve.

RCLA is also pleased to welcome Robertson Work, an adjunct professor at NYU Wagner, as a fellow. He is founder and Director of Innovative Leadership Services and serves UNDP, UNDESA and the East-West Center of the University of Hawaii, among others. Robertson is also a Fulbright Senior Specialist assisting universities overseas.

 

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