Professor of the Practice of Governance, University of Southern California
Frank Vram Zerunyan, J.D. is a Professor of the Practice of Governance at the Sol Price School of Public Policy and Director of Executive Education at USC Price Bedrosian Center on Governance, and The USC Neeley Center on Ethical Leadership and Decision Making. He is also the Director and University Liaison to the USC Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Programs. His key areas of expertise include Local Governments, Public-Private Partnerships, Civic Leadership, Land Use, Medical Regulation, Negotiation, and Executive Education. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on Intersectoral Leadership, Business and Public Policy, Public Policy and Law, International Issues in Public Policy, Negotiation as well as International Laboratory. Frank also lectures locally and globally to build capacity and foster leadership among public executives worldwide. Frank is a three-term mayor and council member in the City of Rolling Hills Estates, California and a former gubernatorial appointee to the Medical Board of California.
Apr 04, 2020 06:38 am UTC| Technology
As of April 1, there are more than 179,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. Nowhere has been hit harder than New York City where there are more than 76,000 confirmed cases and 1,550 people have died. As many had...