Dr. Harvey White, who leads the University of South Alabama's Center for Healthy Communities, has been elected vice-president of the American Society for Public Administration. After completing this yearlong term, White will move on to serve as president-elect of the group next year and as its president in 2007.
"I'm elated and gratified with the opportunity to serve the profession in this capacity," White said. "It is a vote of confidence. I look forward to serving and view this as a special honor and a privilege."
Founded in 1939, the American Society for Public Administration serves as an advocate for great effectiveness in government and new ideas that can improve the quality of life for people worldwide.