Angela Allison is a doctoral student at Texas A&M University’s Department of Political Science. Her areas of specialization are public policy and administration and race and ethnic politics with a substantive interest in health care bureaucracy. She has given research presentations at annual meetings of the Midwest Political Science Association and the Southern Political Science Association. Ms. Allison received a Graduate Scholar award from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation in 2013. She also received a Texas A&M Diversity Fellowship in 2013.
Robert Agranoff was Professor Emeritus in the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University–Bloomington, where was a part of the Policy and Administration and the Urban and Regional faculty groups. Prior to his retirement from full-time status, he served as associate dean for Bloomington, director of Public Affairs/Public Policy Doctoral Programs, and chairperson, Policy and Administration Faculty (1980–2001). Since 1990, he was affiliated with the Government and Public Administration Program of the Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset in Madrid, Spain.