Richard Greggory Johnson III is a tenured Full Professor and Department Chair for the Department of Public and Nonprofit Administration, School of Management, University of San Francisco. He is also Director of the Business Minor in the School of Management as well.
Professor Johnson’s research centers on social equity within the fields of public policy, management, higher education and Human Resources Management. He has been teaching in higher education for almost twenty years and is widely...
- Doctorate in Public Policy & Administration, Golden Gate University, Edward S. Ageno School of Business
- M.A, Social and Public Policy, Georgetown University
- MS, Public Services Management...
William (Billy) Riggs, PhD, AICP, LEED AP is a global expert and thought leader in the areas of autonomy and smart transportation, housing, economics and urban development. He has over 100 publications in these areas and has had his work featured in multiple national media outlets — including the Economist, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and the Atlantic. He is currently a professor at the University of San Francisco School of Management, director of strategy and research at Sustinere...
- Ph.D., City and Regional Planning, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, 2011
- Master of Urban Planning, Economics and Spatial Analysis, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 2003
- Bachelor of Arts...
Anthony Patino is a renowned expert in entertainment, advertising, and promotion, consumer behavior, public policy and marketing analytics. He holds degrees in marketing, business administration, planning and social policy from Duke University, Harvard University, and Temple University. His widely-published research takes him to conferences all over the U.S.
During his career in entertainment, Patino worked in marketing, sales and research at leading entertainment firms like Sony Picture...
- PhD, Business Administration, Marketing, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2006
- MBA, Marketing, Duke University, North Carolina, 1991
- MA, Administration, Planning and Social Policy...
Richard D. Waters is an associate professor in the School of Management, where he teaches strategic communication and communication management courses. His primary research interests are fundraising, stakeholder loyalty and relationship cultivation, and the use of new technologies in organizational communication efforts.
He serves on the editorial review boards at Public Relations Review, Journal of Public Relations Research, Journal of Public and Nonprofit Sector Management, Journal of...
- PhD, Mass Communications, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2007
- MS, Public Relations, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 2000
- ABJ, Public Relations (Minor in Political Science)...
- Public relations and strategic communication
Dr. Callahan is a Professor at the University of San Francisco, with a joint appointment from the USF School of Management and the USF School of Nursing and Health Professions.
Callahan is Co-Director of the USF Master of Public Health Program in Sacramento and the Director of the Health Services Administration concentration in the Master of Public Administration in the School of Management. His health and human services consulting contracts have been in the states of California, Washington...
- Doctorate in Public Administration (DPA), University of Southern California, LA, CA. Dissertation: The Politics of Structural Choice: Cooperation in Political Environments
- Master of Public...
- Leadership Practices
- Strategic Planning
Ken Goldstein is a professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco and Faculty Director of the USF in DC program.
Before joining the University of San Francisco, Goldstein was a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he won the University of Wisconsin's Kellet Award for his career research accomplishments and the Chancellor's Award for excellence in teaching. Goldstein is one of the country's premier experts on the use and impact of political advertising. He has...
- PhD, American Politics and Research Methodology, University of Michigan
- Use and Impact of political advertising
Professor Manzanetti is a lawyer currently providing legal services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. He is the former director of legal services for the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center, a nonprofit providing comprehensive social and legal services to survivors of domestic abuse.
Retired from California’s Department of Managed Health Care, where he was the chief counsel for the Office of Enforcement and senior counsel in the department’s Help...
- University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D. 1984
- University of Northern Colorado, BA, Philosophy, 1977
David Kersten is an expert in public policy research and analysis, particularly budget, tax, labor, and fiscal issues. He currently serves as the president of the Kersten Institute for Governance and Public Policy – a moderate non-partisan policy think tank and public policy consulting organization.
The institute specializes in providing knowledge, evidence, and training to public agencies, elected officials, policy advocates, organization, and citizens who desire to enact public policy...
- Master of Public Policy, Georgetown University
- BA, Political Science, University of California, San Diego
Peter Wright has served as adjunct professor at the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good and the School of Management since 2013. His academic work and interests center on civic engagement and bureaucratic responsiveness, as well as education policy and politics. He is currently conducting research on the policy impact of interest groups through local school board politics.
Outside of academia, Dr. Wright has served in leadership positions for both non-profit...
- University of California, Santa Barbara, PhD in political science, 2017
- University of Southern California, MPA, 2010
- Occidental College, BA in politics, 2005
Timothy Loney brings to USF over 35 years of service as an educator in the field of organizational change management. Dr. Loney helps his students approach various kinds of organizational transformation, encouraging them to rigorously investigate not only internal behaviors and processes, but also their external effects on individuals, communities and the environment.
Dr. Loney teaches a range of subjects that include systems theory and application, economics and finance, business and public...
- DPA, Public Management, University of Southern California, 1983
- MPA, Public Administration, University of Southern California, 1981
- MSA, Administration, George Washington University, 1971
Vipul has been a serial entrepreneur in Silicon Valley for the past 20 years. During that time, he has led multiple departments including business development, sales, and products. His teams have engaged clients on strategy, change management, operations, and metric achievement using technology and business process improvement. He values developing close relationships with clients in order to drive real and lasting change.
Vipul has been responsible for creating over $4B+ in trackable...
- University of Virginia (UVa), BS in Commerce, 1994
- Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, MBA, 1999
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning
- Natural language processing
Jean Driscoll has an MBA from Columbia University and a BA in economics from the University of Massachusetts. She has taught macroeconomics, microeconomics, and finance for more than a decade. At USF, Professor Driscoll has taught in the School of Management's undergraduate business program and is teaching in the Master of Public Administration program.
Prior to founding a charter elementary school in 2010, Professor Driscoll worked as a finance and strategy adviser for more than two decades...
- Columbia University, MBA, 1982
- University of Massachusetts, BA in Economics, 1977
As co-founder and CEO of POPVOX, Inc and the Executive Director of the POPVOX Foundation, Marci is passionate about the responsible use of technology to benefit humanity. She developed the concept for POPVOX while working as a Congressional staffer on the team drafting the Affordable Care Act. She serves on the boards of LaunchTN and was a fellow with the Harvard Kennedy School's Ash Center for Democracy (2016), New America California (2017), and an affiliated scholar with the CITRIS Policy Lab...
- American University Washington College of Law, LL.M. in Law and Government, 2007
- University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, J.D., 2006
- Franklin University Switzerland, BA in...
- Civic Engagement
- Participatory democracy
- Civic and Government Technology
Professor Larry Brewster is an educator, author, and professional consultant with areas of specialization that include public policy, organizational systems and development, social psychology, management theories and practice. Dr. Brewster is the co-author of A Primer of California Politics and The Public Agenda: Issues in American Politics.
With unparalleled commitment to his students and fellow faculty, Dr. Brewster has served in high-tier administrative appointments as Dean, Associate Dean...
- PhD, University of Southern California, 1975
- MPA, Coursework completed, University of Southern California, 1976
- MA, California State University at Fullerton, 1969
- AB, California State...
- Public Policy
- Organizational Systems and Development
- Social Psychology
- Management Theories and Practice
Catherine Horiuchi, Associate Professor and Program Director of the Master of Public Administration program, employs her extensive multi-disciplinary expertise in organizational theory, public administration and analysis, quantitative methods, statistics, and emerging technologies—with the continuing aim of serving her students in her role as educator.
Dr. Horiuchi is the former Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for the School of Management, where she led the recruitment, development...
- DPA, Public Administration, University of Southern California, 2001
- Graduate Studies in Linguistics and Computer Science, University of California, San Diego, 1982–84
- MA, Linguistics...
- Organizational theory
- Public administration and analysis
- Quantitative methods
- Emerging technologies