Sharon Wrobel is an associate professor at the University of Memphis's Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration. Sharon has brought several graduate student groups to the island over the past four years, and for the past six months, she has been living and researching in Cuba. Her research interests include social policy, administrative culture, program evaluation, and policy analysis. Most recently, her teaching and research is focused on social and economic policy change and implementation in Cuba. Her work has been published in a number of journals, including Public Performance & Management Review and Public Administration Review. She has served as a consultant for a number of public and nonprofit agencies, particularly in the areas of assessment, evaluation, strategic planning, and board development. Sharon current serves as Board President for International Outreach Education Center. When she isn't working, she can be found reading, cooking, painting, or just hanging out with her dog, Reif.
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