Girls in Government Scholarship Awarded!

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American Society of Public Administration 

(South Florida Chapter)

Natasha S. Hampton

Girls in Government $1,000 Scholarship Award


As an award winning public administrator, Natasha Hampton has more than 20 years of varied, progressively responsible executive municipal government management, public administration & operations experience. She understands and knows all too well the importance of women in local government, and leadership positions, and why particularly now in the age of global pandemics, must an all hands on deck toward

creating these opportunities, be our call to action.


Ensuring continued studies in the field of public administration, law, government, political science and the like is a critical component to ensuring women are prepared to lead our communities in the 21st century.

Thus, it is an honor to partner with and announce the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA), South Florida Chapter Natasha S. Hampton, Girls In Government (GIG) $1000 Scholarship Award.

Our goal is to introduce and increase more women in leadership roles

throughout local government! 

Who qualifies for the American Society of Public Administration, South Florida Chapter  Natasha S. Hampton, Girls In Government (GIG) $1000 Scholarship Award?

A woman who has been accepted into or currently enrolled in a degree program for public administration, law, criminal justice, law enforcement, EMT, etc. 


A woman who is currently employed with a local municipal or county agency and seeking an executive certification or degree, in a public administration focus area. 

What is the submission process? 

Step 1: Fill out form: 

(If unable to view form - please email NatashaShareeHampton@gmail.com)

Step 2: Join The League of Women in Government 

It's completely free!

Step 3: Provide either a 700-word essay or a 2.5 - 3 minute video answering, 

"Why is it necessary to have women in local government leadership roles? 

How can agencies increase the number of women in leadership positions?"

Step 4: Submit the form and either the essay or video to: 


What are the important dates? 

Submissions will open October 1st, 2020

The last day for submissions will be February 28th, 2020

The award will be announced by the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) - South Florida Chapter in March 2021

As always, do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions! 

Just email: NatashaShareeHampton@gmail.com

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