For public-serving organizations, effective leadership is a matter of safety, sustainability, and wellbeing. POLIHIRE builds leadership capacity through people and partnerships.
Our society is at yet another inflection point in its reckoning with structural inequity and its commitment to equal opportunity for all. We believe that leadership within public-serving organizations – leadership that reflects the diversity of our society – is key to building communities where everyone thrives.
We also believe that the diversity of our firm – unparalleled in our field – helps make POLIHIRE a most valuable asset in your search for leadership in this critical time of reflection, scrutiny, and reimagining.
— Carla D. Thompson Payton, Vice President
Program Strategy, W. K. Kellogg Foundation
— Edwards Reiskin, Director of Transportation
San Francisco City and County
— Odie Donald II, City Manager
City of South Fulton, GA
Leadership in the public sphere – from small towns and municipalities to large metro regions – is unlike that in any other sector. Education, health, employment, housing, security, and transportation are among the sweeping mandates of public-serving organizations.
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Prince George’s County Health Department View Listing
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