APPAM Policy Council

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The Policy Council is the Association's leadership team. It currently consists of four elected cohorts serving staggered, four-year terms of office; the APPAM officers (ex officio voting); the APPAM executive director and the editor of JPAM (ex-officio non-voting).

Since 2013, APPAM's individual members elect three new people to the Council each year while APPAM's institutional members elect one person to serve on the Council. To read about the roles and disciplines of these individuals, please visit the Bylaws page of this site.

The Policy Council is responsible for setting policy and strategy for the association. Between meetings of the Policy Council, the Executive Committee (the officers, the executive director, and the editor of JPAM) is authorized to make tactical and implementation decisions for APPAM.

To learn more about the current leadership team, click here.

In addition to the Executive Committee, the members of the Policy Council are as follows:
 
Serving through 2015:
 
Scott Allard, University of Washington
Marcia (Marcy) Carlson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Swati Desai, Rockefeller Institute of Government
Barbara Devaney, Mathematica Policy Research (Institutional Representative)
Susan Dynarski,  University of Michigan
Joyce Manchester, Vermont Legislative Joint Fiscal Office
 
Serving through 2016:
 
Colleen Barry, John Hopkins University
Mark Long, University of Washington
Laura Peck, Abt Associates
Lucie Schmidt, Williams College
Jodi Sandfort, University of Minnesota
 
Serving through 2017:
 
Charles Betsey, Howard University
Cynthia Osborne, University of Texas at Austin
Rachel Swanger, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Sarah Cordes, New York University (Student representative, serving through 2015)
 
Serving though 2018:

Jason Fletcher, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sherry Glied, New York University
John Martinez, MDRC
H. Elizabeth Peters, The Urban Institute
Ayla Bonfigio
, Maastricht University (Student representative, serving though 2016)

 


 
 
 
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