Dr. Triay was recognized as an honoree at the American Society for Public Administration’s (ASPA) 12th Annual Women’s History Month Reception

Dr. Triay was recognized as an honoree at the American Society for Public Administration’s (ASPA) 12th Annual Women’s History Month Reception

Dr. Triay was recognized as an honoree at the American Society for Public Administration’s (ASPA) 12th Annual Women’s History Month Reception

Dr. Triay was recognized as an honoree at the American Society for Public Administration’s (ASPA) 12th Annual Women’s History Month Reception where she was honored for her many years of public service.

The South Florida Chapter of the ASPA is the oldest national professional organization representing the field of public administration. The South Florida Chapter, with over 300 members, is one of the largest chapters in the nation and is comprised of public administrators, university educators and aspiring students, and their mission is to enhance public administration, promote the profession and preserve the public trust by providing expertise, direction, and leadership for all its members and other stakeholders. This is the ASPA’s 12th year of honoring deserving and distinguished women in this community.

Congratulations Dr. Triay!