David E. Fraser
CSUEB lecturer to keynote at municipal management conference
- October 30, 2013 5:00am
Public Administration Lecturer and MPA alumnus David E. Fraser '02 will give the morning keynote address at the annual conference of the Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC) on Nov. 7, 2013 in Santa Rosa, Calif. Fraser’s talk is titled, “Bridge Over Troubled Waters: How Public Administrators Manage in Difficult Times.”
Fraser currently serves as Chief of Staff to Contra Costa County Supervisor Federal D. Glover. Previously, he served the City of Oakland as Chief Development Officer and Senior Intergovernmental Affairs Officer in the office of former City Manager, Robert Bobb. He has also managed redevelopment projects for the former Redevelopment Agency of the City of Pittsburg. Additionally, Fraser has worked in senior management and executive roles in nonprofit organizations such as the New York Urban League and Volunteers of America.
MMANC is a membership organization of local government management professionals located throughout the 49 counties of Northern California. Visit the organization’s Web site for more information about the conference.
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