Candidates must have an MPA, MPP or PhD degree (or their predecessor degrees) from the George Washington University.
Accomplishments in the following areas will be considered:
• Professional Attainment and Achievement – Candidates should have attained prominence in their career or profession. Work should have a demonstrated and wide-ranging impact.
• Public Service/Outstanding Service to Field or Profession – Candidates should have demonstrated outstanding scholarship, teaching, and service in the fields of public policy and/or public administration or active and reflective engagement in local, national, and global governance.
Nomination Deadline is January 15, 2017.