Alicia M. Schatteman
Nonprofit Management, Performance Management, Public Communications, Social Media
Overview of Scholarly Activity:
Alicia Schatteman is an Associate Professor of nonprofit management in the School of Public and Global Affairs, joint faculty with the Department of Public Administration and the Center for NGO Leadership and Development. She received her Ph.D. in Public Administration from Rutgers University-Newark and a master’s degree in communications management from Syracuse University. She also consults and conducts research in nonprofit strategic planning and performance measurement. Prior to returning to school for her Ph.D., she worked for 10 years in the public and nonprofit sectors as a communications specialist and then an Executive Director.
Schatteman, A. and Bingle, Ben (2015) “Philanthropy Supporting Public Agencies: An Analysis of Local Library Funding”, Journal of Nonprofit and Public Affairs, 1(2): 74-86.
Schatteman, A. (2014) “Academics Meets Action: Community Engagement Motivations, Benefits and Constraints” Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, Vol. 6, No 1: 17-30.
Schatteman, A.M. (2014) “Chapter 2: Outsourcing”, in Alternative Service Delivery, Kurt Thurmaier, ed. ICMA Press.
Schatteman, A. (2013) “Accountability of Nonprofit Organizations: To Whom and For What?” International Review of Public Administration, 18(3): 1-6.
Schatteman, A.M. (2012) “Online Citizen Participation: A Case Study of Illinois Nonprofit Organizations” in The State of Citizen Participation in America, edited by Hindy Schachter and Kaifeng Yang. pp. 225-238, Information Age Publishing
Schatteman, A.M. (2010) “State of Ontario’s Municipal Performance Reports: A Critical Analysis”, Canadian Public Administration /Administration publique du Canada. 53(4): 531–550.
Schatteman, A.M. and Charbonneau, E. (2010) "A comparative study of municipal performance measurement systems in Ontario and Quebec, Canada", International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management, Special Issue on: "The Comparative Analysis of Local Government Performance Measurement Systems: A Global Perspective". 1 (4): 360-375.
Schatteman, A.M. (2008). "Public Performance Reporting: A Bibliographic Essay" Public Performance and Management Review. 32 (2): 307-325.
Most Recent Conference Papers
"When Good Intentions Are Not Good Enough: Performance Reporting of Nonprofit Organizations”, American Society for Public Administration Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, March 7, 2015
“By the Book: Financing of Municipal Libraries in the United States”, Association for Budgeting and Financial Management Annual Conference, October 3, 2014
“Turning the Tables: Nonprofit Organizations Supporting Public Agencies”, presented at ARNOVA Annual Conference, Denver, CO, November 20, 2014