Posts Tagged: NextGen Public Service Awards 2015

NextGen Public Service Awards Winners

Why are you a public servant? That’s the question we asked the thirty NextGen Public Service Awards finalists. Their responses were inspirational and show why they were nominated by their peers, for their dedication to improving and invigorating government. We compiled them into this video that we played for over 200 govies the last night… Read more »

Transforming Gov with Transparency

Meet Laila Alequresh, one of our esteemed NextGen Public Service Award finalists. As Director of Performance Management for the City of Philadelphia, Alequresh has improved the lives of Philadelphia’s 1.5 million residents by opening up several channels of communication to make the city government more efficient and responsive to citizens’ needs.

Making Dreams a Reality

Meet Mihir Pathak, one of our NextGen Courageous Champion Service Award finalists. As a Presidential Management Fellow, Pathak has taken on important roles at both the White House and NASA. Drawing on his background and education for inspiration, Pathak has worked to increase the diversity of the federal workforce and fund space programs.

Communicating Openly and Honestly

Meet Kai Fawn Miller, one of our NextGen Public Service Award finalists! As the Director of Communication and Executive Support for the Office of Information Technology, Department of Veterans Affairs, Miller is revolutionizing the way we communicate with the veterans who serve us. Read on to learn more about Miller’s journey to becoming an exceptional… Read more »

Shining A Light On Gov Change Agents

Time Magazine has their list of the most influential people. The Wall Street Journal chronicles titans of business. And the NextGen Summit has their list of best change agents in government – the NextGen 30. The NextGen 30 represents all that is great in government leadership, innovation, technology and collaboration. (All month long we introduced… Read more »