Texas State University’s William P. Hobby Center for Public Service graduated thirty-three new Texas Certified Public Managers at the Texas State Capitol on Monday June 9, 2014. The CPM graduates and their families came from CPM Programs at the following locations: San Marcos, Round Rock, Arlington, Houston, and Nacogdoches Texas. The graduates participated in CPM Programs offered by the following universities, Texas State, Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston, and The University of Houston.
The CPM graduation speaker, Brenda Eivens, the City Manager of Cedar Park, Texas, related that the best places to live don’t “just happened” but are characterized by public leadership and employees that truly care about serving every citizen and visitor. By achieving the CPM, graduates have demonstrated that they have that deep desire to serve with excellence. Ms. Eivens graduated from Texas State University with a Master of Public Administration and has served as Cedar Park City Manager since 1996.
The June 2014 Graduates are listed below by University and CPM Program Location
Texas State University San Marcos:
Alice Rocha, Indira Rodriquez
Texas State University Round Rock:
Tammer Elshahed, Dolores Hobbs, Nanette Ann McCartan
Texas State University Arlington:
Joseph Florentino, Matthew Garrett, Greg Petrey, Steven Santos
Sam Houston State University, Houston:
Raymond Cooper, Kathryn Dianne Liberto, Andre Mitchell, Ursula A. Norman, JoAnne W. Perry, Aricia J. Robinson, Suzanne St. Michael, Justin Taylor, Raymond Tuttoilmondo, Kimberly Ann Vaughn, Modeane M. Walker, Allan Dwayne Warren
University of Houston, Houston:
Tim Buck, Michael L. Kinlaw, Sarah Werner Korpita, Jill Matzig, David J. Oyler
Stephen F. Austin State University:
Lonny Jack Cluck, Olivia A. King, James T. Perry, Ana I. Mendoza Sanchez
Dr. Howard R. Balanoff is the William P. Hobby Professor of Public Service at Texas State University. He is also the Director of the Texas Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program. He can be reached at email@example.com or 512/245-345. Additional information about the William P. Hobby Center for Public Service and the Texas Certified Public Manager (CPM) Program can be found at www.txstate.edu/cpm