Kate Rose Albrecht
Kate Albrecht began the Ph.D. program in August 2015. She received her Masters of Public Administration from North Carolina State in 2016. Her research interests include 1) the dynamics of accountability in nonprofit-public partnerships and 2) the evolution of collaboratives that draw members from all sectors. Kate has authored and co-authored research that she has presented at the conferences of The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) and the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR). She is also a member of a multi-disciplinary research team led by Dr. Branda Nowell. Kate’s career goal is that her research will both advance theory-building and provide actionable best practices for public sector leaders. She serves as Internal Vice President of the Graduate Association of Public Administration and as a peer reviewer for the Nonprofit Management and Leadership Journal and the Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs. Kate is also an active member of both the Citizens’ Park Advisory Board in Hillsborough, NC and a local trail running group that fundraises for the preservation of public lands.
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- PhD in Public Administration from N.C. State, expected 2018
- Masters in Public Administration from N.C. State, 2016