Curriculum Vitae (Resume)

Curriculum Vitae (Resume) for Nels Lindahl

Educational History

  • Stanford University: Strategic Decision and Risk Management Certificate, Stanford Center for Professional Development, In progress
  • Stanford University: Advanced Project Management Certificate, Stanford Center for Professional Development, 2012
  • Walden University: Ph.D. — Doctorate of Philosophy in Public Policy and Administration degree with specializations in local government administration, E-Government, and Knowledge Management, 2010
  • University of Kansas: MPA — Master of Public Administration degree with a specialization in local government administration, 2004
  • University of Kansas: BGS — Bachelor of General Studies in political science degree, minor in public service civic leadership, 2003. Research Practicum with Ray Davis, Department of Public Administration, University of Kansas, focused on Workplace Literacy with Kansas City Consensus. Interviewed people within the Kansas City area and delivered recommendations, 2002
  • Shawnee Mission South High School, Overland Park, KS, 1999

Publications

  • Lindahl, N. (2014). “Network analysis of social media engagement and linkages within e-government implementations using automated data mining techniques: A study of MSA top 50 local governments.” Midwest Political Science Association 72nd Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Lindahl, N., & Armenta, J. (2014). “Modeling political campaign contact performance.” Midwest Political Science Association 72nd Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Lindahl, N. (2013). “Network analysis of social media engagement and linkages within e-government implementations using automated data mining techniques: A study of local government social media linkages.” Midwest Political Science Association 71st Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Lindahl, N. (2013). “Building data mining tools to track local government social media events: A study of IGR during the Waldo Canyon Fire.” American Society for Public Administration 74th Annual Conference, Conference Paper, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Lindahl, N. (2012). “Feedback Driven E-Government: A Survey Based Study of Local Government E-Feedback Methodology.” Midwest Political Science Association 70th Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Chicago, Illinois.
  • Lindahl, N. (2012). “Analyzing social media engagement within e-government implementations using automated data mining techniques: A study of local government social media engagement.” American Society for Public Administration 73rd Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Lindahl, N. (2011). “Responsive E-Government: A Study of Local Government E-Feedback Methodology.” American Society for Public Administration 72nd Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Lindahl, N. (2010). “Transparent Measurement of Responsive E-Government Websites Using Automated Survey Techniques.” American Society for Public Administration 71st Annual Conference, Conference Paper, San Jose, California.
  • Lindahl, N. (2006). “Why develop an ASPA Section on Native American Governance?” American Society for Public Administration 67th Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Denver, Colorado.
  • Lindahl, N. (2006). Graduation with Civic Honors: Unlock the power of community opportunity. New York: IUniverse, Inc.
  • Lindahl, N. (2006). “Managing website quality: techniques for auditing visibility, usability, and accessibility.” Second Annual International Conference on Applied Management and Decision Sciences, Conference Proceedings, Dallas, Texas, January 20, 2006.
  • Carlsen, C. J., Lindahl, N., & Lindahl, S. (2004). “Civic Honors Program at Johnson County Community College.” Journal for Civic Commitment, 4th Issue, 1-9.

Presentations

  • “Network analysis of social media engagement and linkages within e-government implementations using automated data mining techniques: A study of MSA top 50 local governments.” Midwest Political Science Association 72nc Annual Conference, Paper Presentation, Chicago, Illinois, USA, April 3-6, 2014.
  • “Modeling political campaign contact performance.” Midwest Political Science Association 72nd Annual Conference, Paper Presentation, Chicago, Illinois, USA, April 3-6, 2014.
  • “Network analysis of social media engagement and linkages within e-government implementations using automated data mining techniques: A study of local government social media linkages.” Midwest Political Science Association 71st Annual Conference, Panel Presentation, Chicago, Illinois, USA, April 11-14, 2013.
  • “Building data mining tools to track local government social media events: A study of IGR during the Waldo Canyon Fire.” Ask an Expert Discussion Circle (Roundtable) presented at the American Society for Public Administration 74th Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, March 15-10, 2013.
  • “Digital Government.” Midwest Political Science Association 70th Annual Conference, Panel Chair and Discussant, Chicago, Illinois, USA, April 12-15, 2012.
  • “Feedback Driven E-Government: A Survey Based Study of Local Government E-Feedback Methodology.” Midwest Political Science Association 70th Annual Conference, Conference Paper, Chicago, Illinois, USA, April 12-15, 2012.
  • “Analyzing social media engagement within e-government implementations using automated data mining techniques: A study of local government social media engagement.” American Society for Public Administration 73rd Annual Conference, Ask an Expert Discussion Circle (Roundtable) Presentation, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, March 2-6, 2012.
  • “Responsive E-Government: A Study of Local Government E-Feedback Methodology.” American Society for Public Administration 72nd Annual Conference, Ask an Expert Discussion Circle (Roundtable) Presentation, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, March 11-15, 2011.
  • “Transparent Measurement of Responsive E-Government Websites Using Automated Survey Techniques.” American Society for Public Administration 71st Annual Conference, Poster Session, San Jose, California, USA, April 11, 2010.
  • “Why develop an ASPA Section on Native American Governance?” American Society for Public Administration 67th Annual Conference, roundtable session, Denver, Colorado, USA, April 2, 2006.
  • “Managing website quality: techniques for auditing visibility, usability, and accessibility.” Second Annual International Conference on Applied Management and Decision Sciences, Conference Presentation, Dallas, Texas, USA, January 20, 2006.
  • “Citizen Satisfaction: Using open source software to automate online performance measurement,” Walden University School of Management colloquia presentation, summer session residency in Bloomington, Indiana, USA, June15, 2005.
  • “A study of workplace literacy in the Kansas City metropolitan area.” 6th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, University of Kansas Honors Program, April, 2003. Study Advisor: Dr. Raymond Davis, Department of Public Administration. Study team included Kate Hays, Nels Lindahl, Molly Klinock, Sumi Rao, Toby Dougherty, and Adam Miles.

Academic Papers

  • Lindahl, N. (2010). Responsive E-Government: A study of local government e-feedback methodology. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, School of Public Policy & Administration, Walden University.
  • Lindahl, N. (2004). The Future of Community Labor Markets: A labor market test of the suburban exploitation thesis/hypothesis. Unpublished Thesis/Field Project Report, Department of Public Administration, University of Kansas.

Newspapers, Newsletters, Interviews

  • “Strengthening the Edge: How Corinthian Colleges used Exony to meet the needs of both enterprise I.T. and their business users.” Exony, Ltd., An Exony Business Case study, 2013.
  • Lindahl, N. (2006). “Strides Made in Formation of Section on Native American Governance.” PA Times (Vol. 29, Issue 7, pp. 22-22, 1/3p): American Society for Public Administration.
  • “Graduation with Civic Honors: Unlock the power of community opportunity,” Walden Ponder, Walden Authors, July 2006.
  • “ASPA Members seek to establish section on Native American Governance,” ASPA in brief. (2005). PA Times (Vol. 28, Issue 6, pp. 20-20, 4/5p): American Society for Public Administration.
  • “ASPA Members seek to establish section on Native American Governance,” ASPA in brief. (2005). PA Times (Vol. 28, Issue 5, pp. 20-20, 1/3p): American Society for Public Administration.
  • “Research focuses on literacy in Kansas City.” The University Daily Kansan, By Amy Potter, April 17, 2003.
  • “Enrollment picks up at universities that train workers for government and nonprofits” The Kansas City Star, By Lynn Franey, Posted on Mon, Mar. 17, 2003. [Text]
  • “Kansas City Consensus undergraduate research project on workplace literacy,” University of Kansas, Public Administration Alumni Newsletter, By Nels Lindahl and Sumi Rao, 2003.

Awards, Honors, Achievements

  • Graduate of the El Paso County Citizen Outreach Group Citizens’ College, 2009
  • Member Pi Alpha Alpha the national honor society for public affairs and administration, Walden University Chapter, July 22, 2007
  • Selected for an International Mission on Diplomacy to China in 2004 as a student participant in Sino-US Youth Forums and dialogue in Shanghai, Beijing, and Xian
  • Thomas and Barbara Kester Page Scholarship recipient from the University of Kansas department of Public Administration, 2003
  • Ethan Allen Scholarship recipient from the University of Kansas department of Public Administration, 2002
  • “Sophomore of the year,” Kansas Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, 2001
  • National Deans List, 1999 – 2005
  • Eagle Scout and Eagle Court of Honor Participant, 1998
  • Enrolled Member Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Professional Organizations

  • Native American Rights Fund, 2009 – Present
  • American Political Science Association, 2006 – Present
  • International City and County Mangers Association, 2003 – Present
  • American Society of Public Administration, 2003 – Present

Social Organizations

  • Member Iota chapter of Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity at the University of Kansas, 1999 – 2002, Vice President of Technology, 2000 – 2001, Vice President of Finance, 2002
  • Member Kansas Gamma chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Social Fraternity at the University of Kansas, 1999 – 2003, House Manager, 1999 – 2000, House Internet Project (proposed, planned, secured funding for and installed a system with over 40 connections), Vice President of Finance, 2000 – 2002 (over 100 person chapter)

Teaching History

  • Everest University Online – Course instructor for Introduction to Business – FA 2012

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