Podcast ASPA South Florida’s Premiere Podcast
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 private sector and non profits 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 to his effort on 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 to all podcasts “Public Sector Works!”
Special Guest-Shavonne Ekeledo, Phd-Core Professor at Northcentral University School of Business, and Chief Business Officer of Powerspeak, Inc, who speaks to transfer of private industry best practices to public sector administration as well as academe best practices.
With regular host Tom Hotz, MPA and Phd/HR Candidate, Northcentral University, Board Member of ASPA S Florida, and Adjunct Prof, Business Communications at Stephen F Austin University Online. Co-hosts: Bill Solomon, MPA-JD, Board Member, Adjunct with three major Universities in Florida; and Ben N. Paley, MPA, Board Member, 3rd Year Law Student at Nova SE University Law School, and Executive Editor of their Law Journal.
You can listen in on Podbean (www.podbean.com or https://tomdiamon.podbean.com)at “PUBLIC SECTOR WORKS”, LinkedIn ASPA South Florida Website (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2514976/) The ASPA South Florida Twitter website, or the ASPA South Florida Facebook website (https://www.facebook.com/ASPAsouthflorida).
The podcast can also be heard on the Local ASPA South Florida website (http://aspasouthfl.org/), which also has information regarding becoming a member of our Chapter.
Forthcoming events: ASPA S Florida Best Practices Virtual Conference 2/18/22-for registration go to https://aspa2022bpc.eventtitans.com/
Also, ASPA National Convention (in-person) in Jacksonville, Florida-March, 2022-go to ASPA National Website for registration.
In addition to being a Board Member at South Florida Chapter, he has just been elected as a Representative to ASPA National covering the Southeast region for a three year term! With host Tom Hotz, MPA; Adjunct Professor, Stephen F Austin State University, and Phd/HRM Candidate, Northcentral University; ASPA S Florida and NY Metropolitan Chapter Board Member; Ben N. Paley, MPA, 3L Law Student at Nova Southeastern University. and ASPA S Florida Board Member; and Bill Solomon, JD/MPA, ASPA S Florida Board Member of longstanding duration.
Prof. Rolandi will speak to his initial interest and professional origins (including some time at Brooklyn Law School) as well as his affiliations with Canadian Public Service Administration and other accolades gained during his multivariate career.
With host Tom Hotz, MPA and Adjunct Professor, Business Communications at Stephen F Austin State University, Phd/HRM Candidate at Northcentral University, and ASPA South Florida Board Member; co-hosts William Solomon, Esq.-JD/MPA, and Ben N. Paley, 3L Law Student, Nova Southeastern University-both ASPA S Florida Board Members.
The latest episode of the American Society of Public Administration Podcast features (Dr.) Kelvin Baker, Ass’t City Manager of the City of Miramar, Florida. He speaks to his professional and personal journeys in contributing to Public Adminstration. As a newly minted recipient of the City All American Award, he also speaks to the accomplishments leading to this prestigious accolade.
Hosted by Tom Hotz, MPA, Adjunct Professor of Business Communications and Legal Studies, Stephen F Austin State University Online; Phd/HRM Candidate, Northcentral University; and Board Member, ASPA South Florida Chapter. Co-Hosts: Ben Paley, 3L Student at Nova Southeastern University, and Editor of Related Law Journal (listen to the podcast for which!!); and William (Bill) Solomon, JD, MPA, Board Member of ASPA South Florida Chapter, and Professor.
Hello to all! The latest episode of the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA)”PUBLIC SECTOR WORKS!” podcast features as special guest Flora Lawson, Ph.D, Federal HR Chief and Consultant. Dr. Lawson gives very detailed information on how to find the right U.S. Federal job for you! Hosted by: Tom Hotz, MPA, Board Member of ASPA South Florida and PhD/HR Candidate at Northcentral University. Co-Hosts: Isidoro Lopez, LLM, Board President; Bill Thompson, JD, Board Member; & Ben Paley 2L.
This edition of the American Society of Public Administration (S Florida) podcast features Lisa Garrett, J.D., who is the Chief of Human Resources (HR), Los Angeles County, California. Ms. Garrett speaks about Best Practices in Human Resources for the Los Angeles Public Sector. Ben Paley, a second-year Law Student at Nova Southeastern University, also discusses Ms. Garrett’s personal and professional journeys from entry level public service, the Law, and HR. Tom Hotz, MPA/Phd Candidate hosts.
This episode features Paul Markham, Ph.D and Full Professor at Northcentral University. He speaks to the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Private Sector and how these methods can be transferred to the Public Sector for best practices in Administration. Hosts: Tom Hotz, MPA and PhD Candidate, HR, Northcentral University; Isidoro Lopez, President of ASPA South Florida Board of Directors; and Benjamin N Paley, 2L Law Student, Nova.
Join us for the Feb 2021 ASPA Podcast celebrating Black History Month! The special guest co-host is Valerie Patterson, Ph.D., Director, African and Diaspora Studies/Clinical Professor of Public Administration at FIU School of International & Public Affairs. She speaks to individuals whose contributions stand out in her mind and other topics.
The first ever American Society of Public Administration S Florida Podcast dedicated to Public Sector Best Practices in Business and Academe Administration & Research. Public sector is a primary focus, followed by other sectors (private, non-profit etc.)