Elton Gatewood, Ph.D.
Elton Gatewood holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration, and has over 40 years of experience in state and municipal government administration. He specializes in Urban Planning, Community Development, Program and Organization Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Economic Development, Capacity Building, and Civic Engagement and Public Participation.
He has also worked as a Consultant and Urban Strategist with cities, national and international organizations and governments to assit them in developing programs and innovative approaches in participatory democracy and governance.
Dr. Gatewood is an adjunct professor and lecturer at various colleges and universities in the Pacific Northwest, and has spoken and presented at workshops, conferences, and seminars nationally and internationally on a variety of issues, processes, and subjects relating to democarcy, governance, citizen involvement, capacity building, and community mobilization.
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A Practical Manual for Grassroots Organizing and Simple Approaches to Neighborhood Improvements
This manual is a practical guide to Grassroots Organizing, and Simple Approaches to Neighborhood Improvements. It is prepared to help citizens, governments, non-profits, sutudents, academic institutions, and community activists to build stronger and functional grassroots organizations dedicated to addressing neighborhood improvements. It also offer 8 simple steps for planning improvements.
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