I served as Lecturer in the Masters in Public Policy and Administration Program (MPPA) for Northwestern University's School of Professional Studies from 2007-2014. I taught MPPA 416 “Interest Groups."
By invitation of the department, I also created a new elective: MPPA 490 “Citizen Participation in the Policy Making Process”. I taught it from two angles, as a public administrator seeking to maximize public input and as a grassroots activist initiating broad-based action and political support.
I was honored to reprise this course in an abridged form for a visiting delegation from the Sudanese parliament serving what later became South Sudan. This was highlighted in SPS's magazine, Contiuum, in 2011.
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For the MPPA program I also served as primary Capstone advisor for student research that covered fair housing, public school reform in Egypt, Native American rights, and women’s rights.
I also a community organizing course for seniors in the Human Services program at Kendall College (then in Evanston, IL) from 1994 to 2003.