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Harvey L. White (right) receives the 2016 National Forum for Black
Public Administrators Educator of the Year Award. At left is Sylvester
Murray, a past recipient of the award.
9:26 a.m., May 3, 2016--Harvey L. White, professor in the University of Delawares School of Public Policy and Administration, has received the 2016 National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) Educator of the Year Award.
The award is given annually to honor and thank an educator who has
made significant contributions to NFBPA and played a substantial role in
preparing and supporting young public managers and aspiring executives.
It also pays tribute to the awardees commitment to excellence in the
education and training of public managers.
The award was presented to White last month at the opening session of NFBPAs national conference in Portland, Oregon.
Particular note was made of Whites global vision for developing
public managers. As mentioned during the presentation of the award, he
has helped train public service professionals from more than 25
countries and facilitate international travel experiences for more than
1,000 public service professionals and students to African, Asian and
Latin American countries.
Many of the individuals he taught and mentored hold high-level
executive positions in local, state and federal governments in the
United States and abroad. Others hold executive positions in for-profit
and non-governmental organizations. Some of these individuals were
present for the award and to acknowledge Whites contributions to their
In his acceptance remarks, White thanked NFBPA for honoring him and
complimented the organization for its many contributions to help public
service organizations become more representative of the communities they
He recalled being one of only a few African American city managers in
the United States in the early 1970s, but thanks to the efforts of
NFBPA and others there are currently thousands of senior administrators
of color at various levels of government.
White noted, however, that there is still much more work to be done
and encouraged conference participants to continue working to build a
more equitable and just society.
Article originally published by UDaily.
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