CAP has a history of promoting the adoption of accountability and performance management systems in government. Traditionally, CAP accomplished its goals through educational materials and awards for scholarship, organizational improvement, and individual leaders/contributors. As performance management has spread, but still remains a developing field of practice, CAP sees an opportunity to recognize and encourage a new generation of practitioners through a CAP Emerging Leaders program.
Through recognition by CAP, Emerging Leaders would provide a early or mid-career boost to individuals who are actively implementing performance management systems, innovating new practices, and promoting the importance of performance and accountability within their governments.
In return for the recognition, Emerging Leaders would be asked to a develop case study about their government’s performance management practices to support CAP’s case study work. In addition, they might be tapped to develop CAP-sponsored panels at annual ASPA meetings to highlight best and alternative practices from the field and help build the empirical base for additional analysis.
Emerging Leaders would be nominated by CAP Board members, be limited to 10 per year, represent a variety of governments (local, county, state and federal), promote racial and geographic diversity in representation.
|2021||Pete Bernardy, Results Manager Director||State of MN|
|Curtis Brown, State Coordinator for the Virginia Department of Emergency Management||State of VA|
|Shannon Carney, Senior Advisor to Commissioner Mingus Mapps, City Council Member||City of Portland, OR|
|Kristine Grill, Open Data Portal Coordinator||Ramsey County, MN|
|Nicollette Stanton, Director and Chief Performance Officer, Office of Performance and Data Analytics||City of Cincinnati, OH|
|2020||Adrienne Schomeker, Director, Civic Engagement and Strategy||New York City, NY|
|Carmen Moreno-Rivera, Chief, Performance Improvement, Louisville Metro Government||Louisville, KY|
|Kate May, Chief Performance Officer, City of Rochester||Rochester, NY|
|2019||James Wagner, Chief of Performance, Strategy and Innovation||Tulsa, OK|
|Melissa Schigoda, Ph.D., Director, Office of Performance and Accountability||New Orleans, LA|
|Tina Walha, Director of Innovation and Performance||Seattle, WA|
|Leigh Tami, Chief Performance Officer||Cincinnati, OH|
|2018||Melissa Bridges, Performance and Innovation Coordinator||Little Rock, AR|
|Cheriene Floyd, Strategic Planning and Performance Manager||Miami, FL|
|Mike Sarasti, Chief Innovation Officer||Miami, FL|
|Stacey Ray, Senior Planner, Community Planning and Development||Olympia, WA|
|Jennifer Reed, Chief Performance Officer||Washington, DC|
|2017||Justin C. Bruce, Director of Innovation and Performance||Jackson, MS|
|Katie Johnson, Principal Budget and Management Analyst||City of Tacoma, WA|
|Oliver Wise, Director, Office of Performance and Accountability||City of New Orleans, LA|
|2016||Daro Mott, Chief Innovation Officer||Cuyahoga County, OH|
|Julie Steenson, Deputy Performance Officer, Office of the City Manager||Kansas City, MO|
|Kate Bender, Deputy Performance Officer, Office of the City Manager||Kansas City, MO|
|David Gottesman, County Stat Manager, Office of the Montgomery County Executive||Montgomery County, MD|
|Greg Useem, Chief Performance Officer, Office of Performance and Accountability||City of Alexandria, VA|