Dr. Kathryn Kloby is an assistant professor of political science at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in public policy, research methods, and public management. Her research interests include public sector accountability, government performance measurement and reporting, and citizen participation. She has published several articles, case studies and book chapters on performance reporting, designing performance measurement systems, and strategies for aligning government decisions with citizen expectations.
Veronique de Rugy is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center. She was previously a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a policy analyst at the Cato Institute, and a research fellow at the Atlas Economic Research Foundation. Her research interests include the federal budget, homeland security, taxation, tax competition, and financial privacy issues. She writes a column for Reason magazine and is a regular contributor to The American, AEI's online magazine. She also blogs at The Corner at National Review Online and at Big Government.
Alasdair Roberts is the Jerome L. Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy at Suffolk University Law School. Previously, he was a professor of public administration in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, and an associate professor of public administration at Queen's University, Canada.
Jordan Tama is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at American University’s School of International Service, a Research Fellow at the Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies, and a Co-Director of the Bridging the Gap Project. A political scientist by training, his research examines the politics, processes, and institutions of U S foreign and national security policy making. He has published work on national security strategic planning, presidential-congressional relations, and independent commissions.
Emily Saunoi-Sandgren is the PNLC’s Research Fellow. She has the exciting and challenging job of doing all things research for the Center, including project management, fund development, and her personal favorite, crunching numbers! Before coming to the PNLC, Emily dabbled in the world of nonprofits, which gave her the bug to get a master’s degree in public policy from the Humphrey Institute. Emily is also a graduate of St. Olaf College where she ambitiously completed a triple degree in psychology, French and women’s studies.