2024 National Forum For Black Public Administrators

FORUM 2024 is a unique conference experience where public administrators professionals gather from across the country to exchange knowledge, resources, strategies, and solutions. Over 4 days of learning, growing, and finding inspiration. Attendees are provided with support in their daily responsibilities as leaders in their workforce and communities. Whether you’re looking to learn about how other public administrators are responding to the public health crisis or the newest best practices for managing teams, FORUM 2024 has something for every public service professional.

Many conferences often focus on the challenges of the private sector, rarely including public sector professionals or answering their questions. FORUM 2024 is specifically designed for public administrators. Our passion is connecting attendees with those that can provide world-class solutions. FORUM 2024 covers topics from every aspect of the public sector, providing learning opportunities for every public servant. Carefully selected keynote speakers present information that pertains to a broad range of topics, while workshop leaders and speakers offer expertise in a narrower array of subjects. These unique professionals drill down on certain topics to give participants specific, detailed learning experiences that they can take back and apply to their departments long after the conference concludes.

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Apr 03 - 07 2024

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Sagamore Pendry
1715 Thames St. Baltimore, MD 21231


National Forum for Black Public Administrators
(202) 408-9300

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