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ICMA's Harvard Scholarship Winners

by eCivis on June 14, 2019

Harvard Kennedy School

On behalf of all of us at eCivis, congratulations to this year’s scholarship recipients Paul J. Brake, City Manager, Morgantown, West Virginia, and Marc Landry, City Manager, Moncton, NB, Canada. Click here for the full ICMA article. 

Since 2016, eCivis has worked with ICMA to offer Executives in State and Local Government scholarships to the Harvard Kennedy School. The Harvard Senior Executive program is a unique opportunity to challenge conventional thinking, thought processes, and the values that drive leadership decisions. It’s an opportunity for senior-level city and county managers and assistants to step away from the daily routine for three weeks to engage their intellect and hearts with other executives in team efforts to resolve tough issues and renew the commitment to their life’s work.

eCivis was born in 2000 at an ICMA conference focus group. Local government leaders suggested eCivis as a tool to make sense of the grant funding process. Over the years we've turned that suggestion into a community of thousands of governments that we are privileged to serve. As a trusted partner we help state, local and tribal governments enrich their communities through well run grant funded projects and programs. 

 

 

Topics: Grant Articles & News, ICMA