Hillary Knepper

Professor, Associate Provost for Student Success


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Dr. Knepper spent 20 years working for nonprofits and local governments, where she worked primarily in access to services for vulnerable populations, facilitating collaborations, program evaluation, and board governance. She now teaches healthcare management, policy & public administration courses at Pace University. She is a Professor and the Associate Provost for Student Success. She is a founding board member for the Northeast Conference on Public Administration, an active member and past chair for the Section for Women in Public Administration, ASPA. She is the current co-President for Academic Women in Public Administration (2021-2023). Her research focuses on system-level change, how public policies influence outcomes, and the implications of how relationships across sectors affect services. She is the co-editor-in-chief for the Journal of Health and Human Services Administration and a founding editorial board member for the Journal of Gender in Public Finance and Administration. Her recent scholarship appears in Public Administration Quarterly, Teaching Public Administration, and Public Administration Review.

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