Steve Spacek is a Talented, Non-partisan Evaluator of Government and Public Servant Performances. He is creator of the American State Litter Scorecard-- offered monthly on thelitterscorecard.com website, and presented every three years at American Society for Public Administration events, including the 2014 SECOPA (Southeastern Conference on Public Administration) at the Atlanta Marriott, Perimeter Center. [The Scorecard has been cited in TRAVEL+LEISURE “America’s Dirtiest Cities,” THE BOSTON GLOBE and other periodicals].
He’s been a service provider to government and non-profit clients; a stand-by Government Reports Reviewer for Association of Governmental Accountants. Steve has session-chaired public-service conventions and attended The World Bank’s Open Data and Rutgers-NewarkPublic Performance - Measurement Conferences. He spoke at the recent EPA National Environmental Justice Council meeting in Arlington, Virginia and an EPA Washington-headquarters hearing on cutting pollution emissions.
Steve has recently appeared on three radio talk shows, including Money for Lunch with Bert Martinez, Savino Veritas with Tom Savino in California, and The Michael Blum Show from Florida.
A native of Texas, Steve earned a Political Science degree cum laude from the University of Houston; took graduate classes at both University of North Carolina and University of Wisconsin. He attained a Master of Public Administration from Texas State University. Steve’s a member of the Pi Alpha Alpha Public Administration Honor Society and lives in Montgomery County Maryland, right outside the District of Columbia.
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