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Nalbandian Panelist for ICMA/AFI's Next Big Thing Webinar

Friday, March 20, 2015

John Nalbandian was one of four panelists yesterday featured on a live, 90-minute Leading Ideas Series webcast. The presenters focused on the future drivers of local government and their affect on our communities’ future leaders. The webcast was developed with students, interns, management fellows, and early-career professionals in mind, and some chimed in through Twitter and the hashtag #ICMANBT. You can watch the recorded webinar or read the transcript here: http://icmanbt.imgondemand.com/

The presenters were:

  • Bob O’Neill, Executive Director, ICMA (moderator)
  • Shannon Flanagan-Watson, Business Ombudsman/Assistant County Manager, Arlington County, VA
  • John Nalbandian, Professor Emeritus, School of Public Affairs & Administration, University of Kansas
  • Marc Ott, City Manager, Austin, TX
  • Rebecca Ryan, Founder, Next Generation Consulting

For more information about this webinar, including bios of the presenters, read the ICMA article about the event: http://icma.org/en/icma/newsroom/highlights/Article/105552/The_Next_Big_Thing_Local_Governments_Next_Century



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