Panel 5

Yinglee Tseng
Presentation: “Exercising Authentic Citizen Participation to Improve Public Trust: The Case of Water-Resource Development in Taiwan”
Yinglee Tseng is a senior project management consultant for Prudence Management Consulting in Baltomore, Maryland. She is currently working toward her Doctor of Public Administration at the University of Baltimore. She earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at George Mason University. Tseng’s areas of expertise include international trade policy, corporate securities compliance, strategic marketing, investors and public relations, and business development.

Ruechagorn Trairatananusorn
Ph.D. Candidate

UCF School of Public Administration
Presentation: “Collaborative Governance” in the Dark Time: The Case of Economic Development Policy in Thailand’s Undemocratic Regime”
Ruechagorn Trairatananusorn is currently a Ph.D. student in Public Affairs Program – Public Administration Track at the University of Central Florida. His research interests include collaborative governance, health and healthcare policy, public policy analysis, and public administration theory. Specifically, he focuses on the role of bureaucracy in public policy and management under the context of developing countries, including Thailand.

Sana Khosa
Adjunct Faculty Member
UCF School of Public Administration
Presentation: “Corruption and Accountability: Panamagate in Pakistan”
Sana Khosa, Ph.D., is an adjunct faculty member at the School of Public Administration at the University of Central Florida. She completed her Ph.D. in Public Affairs in 2013 from the University of Central Florida. Before moving to Orlando ten years back, she taught Business Management and Commerce to High School Students in Lahore, Pakistan. She received her B.Sc Honors degree in Economics from Lahore, Pakistan. Her research interests include collaborative and network governance, emergency management, collaboration in complex environments and international disaster management. Her work has been published in Administration & Society, and Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. She currently teaches Research Methods and Public Administration in the Policy Process courses.