This installment of the Community Conversations at St. Mary’s University, titled Perspectives: A Conversation with City Manager Sheryl Sculley, is being held in conjunction with the University’s celebration of Women’s History Month as it commemorates the contributions of women to society. Sculley will offer a short presentation about her experiences, both personal and professional, as a woman managing one of the nation’s largest cities and on the overall role of women in city government. The presentation will be moderated and include time for questions and answers from the audience.
The event, which will be in the University Center’s Conference Room A, begins at 6 p.m. with a reception, followed by the program at 6:30 p.m. The series is free and open to the public.
The Community Conversations series is a part of the newly created Institute for Public Administration, Politics and Public Policy at St. Mary’s University, which is housed within the St. Mary’s Graduate School. One of the primary goals of the Institute is to develop outreach programs that foster dialogue between the University, the public, government agencies and nonprofits to address important public issues.