Camilla Stivers, Ph.D
Camilla Stivers is a Distinguished Professor Emerita of Public Administration at Levin College. She is a former holder of the Albert A. Levin Chair in Urban Studies and Public Service at Levin College, and a fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration. She is the author of “Gender Images in Public Administration: Legitimacy and the Administrative State;” “Bureau Men, Settlement Women: Constructing Public Administration in the Progressive Era;” “Governance in Dark Times: Practical Philosophy for Public Service;” and co-author of “Government Is Us: Public Administration in an Anti-government Era.” She has published widely in peer-reviewed journals. Formerly she taught at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA, and was a practicing manager in community-based non-profit organizations for nearly two decades.