Outstanding Women in Public Administration : Leaders, Mentors, and Pioneers
This first-of-its-kind collection should be read by every aspiring public service practitioner. It features research-based case studies of women academics, government managers, and activists who have made outstanding contributions to the theory and practice of public service.
Each chapter relates the life and work of one subject to the broad issues faced by today's public servants. The women profiled include: Laverne Burchfield; Josephine Goldmark; Mary Livermore; Nellie Tayloe Ross; Frances Perkins; Patricia Roberts Harris; Naomi B. Lynn; and Maxine Kurtz.
Felbinger, Claire L. and Haynes, Wendy (Eds.). (2004). Outstanding Women in Public Administration : Leaders, Mentors, and Pioneers. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe