Director of Executive Education in Sacramento,
USC Price School of Public Policy
Paul Danczyk, PhD, is the Director of Executive Education in Sacramento for the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy.
In his current capacity, Paul designs, coordinates and presents in leadership and management programs – impacting national, state and local governmental and nonprofit organizations – teaches master-level classes on strategic management, leadership, negotiation and public administration in California and Mexico, and is an executive coach. He cofounded and is the lead author of www.LeadershipEnergizes.com.
Paul was elected Vice President of the American Society for Public Administration in December 2016, the leading interdisciplinary public service organization that:
He is a former National Council representative for ASPA, representing the eight-state District 5 membership (Arizona, California, Hawaii, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah); a past president and current board member of ASPA Sacramento Chapter; and a past president of the USC Alumni Club of Sacramento. He served on the Asian Pacific State Employees Association Steering Committee and the World Affairs Council/Sacramento Chapter executive board. In his local community, he was an appointed member to the Amador County Behavioral Health Advisory Board and was on the Amador Community College Foundation Board.
As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Namibia, he directed a teacher-training program at the National Institute for Educational Development.
Paul earned his PhD from the University of Pittsburgh, focusing on Public and International Affairs; Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California; and BS in education from the Pennsylvania State University.
He was featured in a Q&A article on executive leadership development in the California Special Districts Association’s magazine.