ASPA SOUTH FLORIDA CHAPTER
The Society is the professional home for more than 9,000 PA practitioners, academics and students with its South Florida Chapter consisting of 245 members strong and growing. The Chapter embraces the society's original concept in finding ways of assisting its members to work better in their profession under the auspices of the national founder.
ASPA was established 70 years ago to professionalize the public service, to keep members on the cutting edge of good government, and to help answer the enduring question of how to make a government work better. Over the years the Society has played a major role in achieving these ends.
The Society is a non-for profit internationally recognized Society committed to excellence in public service. ASPA provides its membership with education, research, technical assistance and networking opportunities between academics and practitioners.
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Listen to the ASPA South Florida Podcast On Our Website
The first-ever American Society of Public Administration podcast, devoted to public sector best practices in business and Academic Administration and Research, is here! The public sector is the primary focus, followed by the private sector non-profits fit in both industry and Higher Education institutions.
The premiere podcast features guest co-host Dr. Allen Rosenbaum, President-Elect of ASPA National, who will speak about his effort in his upcoming term as well as Schedule F for the Federal Service which has unfortunate consequences for their employees. Regular co-hosts include Isidoro Lopez, current President of ASPA South Florida Chapter, Tom Hotz, MPA, member of the Board of Directors and DBA HR Candidate at Northcentral University, and Ben N. Paley, MPA, Law Student at Nova University.
Listen while you work!
We've made the playlist of all ASPA South Florida Chapter Podcasts available below so you can stay on top of the latest issues facing the ASAP community. Start listening today!