Recognizing public servants whose careers are marked by extraordinary effectiveness.
Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership
Call for Nominations
Since 1978, American University School of Public Affairs has honored more than 70 federal career executives in SES positions for their exception public service and dedication to the work and goals of government. Each year a distinguished panel selects two individuals for their demonstrated capabilities in the areas of leadership and commitment to effective continuity of government.
The nomination process for the 2016 Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership is now open. Nominate an executive leader for this honor, and show them their contributions to good government are valued.
The 2016 Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership ceremony will be held in the Katzen Arts Center on November 10, 2016. The following federal career executives will be honored at this event:
Dorothy Dougherty Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Department of Labor
Louis Uccellini Assistant Administrator for Weather Services National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Director National Weather Service
Beth F. Cobert will deliver the 2016 Roger Jones Award Ceremony keynote speech.
Beth F. Cobert Acting Director Office of Personnel Management
Roger W. Jones Selection Committee
Patrick Malone, Chair
Director, Key Executive Leadership Programs
David Chu President
Institute for Defense Analyses