• WCA Helps Pace Celebrate 30 Years of MPA in Westchester

  • APRIL 23, 2012 | GOVERNMENT REFORM, HEALTHCARE REFORM

  • Program Helps Train Future Leaders in Government, Healthcare, and Non-Profit Sectors

  • Some of the region's--and the nation's--greatest challenges have been caused by a void of leadership in government and in healthcare. Solutions will come from those sectors only through utilizing the brightest minds available. To that, the...


    Bill Mooney, president of the Westchester County Association addresses the crowd at Pace University's 30th Anniversary Celebration of its Masters in Public Administration Program.

    Westchester County Association salutes Pace University's Masters in Public Administration program which celebrates its 30th anniversary this week. Pace's MPA grooms tomorrow's leaders in government, healthcare, and of not-for-profit organizations. 

    Bill Mooney, president of the Westchester County Association addressed the crowd of influencers at Pace's celebration touting the important partnership Pace's MPA program has forged with the association to address the shortcomings of the current healthcare system, including the creation of WCA's Blue Ribbon Task Force on Healthcare Reform and WCA's work in government reform with our Call to Action Committee.  

    With the proper training, tomorrow's leaders can help us shape the future of Westchester. 

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