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She will be joined by the following four online MPA graduates, all of whom have firsthand expertise on this topic: Kathryn Cooley ’18, assistant to the city manager, Citrus Heights, CA; Chris Himes ’15, assistant to the city manager, Manassas Park, VA; Keith Regan ’14, chief administrative officer, Hawaii Tourism Authority, Honolulu, HI; and Stacy Richardson ’16, program director, Urban Innovation, National League of Cities, Washington, D.C.
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As the 21st century unfolds, strands and textures of society intersect in unexpected ways. Much of this occurs across booming urban populations — in America and around the world — giving rise to new challenges or further complicating those that have not been adequately solved.
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