Bies Elected to ARNOVA Committee

May 15, 2009

Dr. BiesAt the recent annual meeting of the Association of Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Angela Bies, assistant professor in the Bush School of Government and Public Service, was elected to the Executive Committee of the Association’s Theory Section.  ARNOVA is the primary research association devoted to the emerging field of nonprofit and philanthropic studies.
The Theory Section helps scholars gain insight into the day-to-day concerns of nonprofit professionals and provides them with practical research that will improve their ability to serve citizens and communities. 

In addition to her scholarly work, Bies has also held executive and consulting positions for a variety of nonprofit and public sector organizations including the U.S. Peace Corps, the United Way of the Greater Minneapolis Area, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Council on Standards for International Education and Travel, and the National Charities Information Bureau/Rockefeller Brothers Fund national panel on nonprofit accountability.  Bies has also held leadership positions in ARNOVA’s Teaching Section, serving on the executive committee of the Academy of Management’s Public and Nonprofit Division and currently as the Division’s executive committee liaison to the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management. 

She joins Bush School colleague Associate Professor Will Brown, who serves on the ARNOVA board. 

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