Kirsten Kim Loutzenhiser, Assistant Professor
Kirsten Kim Loutzenhiser is an Assistant Professor in Public Administration. She started teaching the MPA program for Troy University in January 2010. She is based out of Troy University’s Tampa site and teaches courses in Organizational Behavior, Program Evaluation, Public Finance, Foundations in Public Administration and Organizational Theory. She has written about succession planning, diversity in public administration, public service delivery, performance management and public service delivery amidst multiple local governments and special districts. Loutzenhiser currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Sun coast Chapter of the American Society of Public Administration (ASPA). In the applied world, Loutzenhiser has been an Executive Director for various housing and community development corporations, the urban league and evaluated alternative sentencing programs and a collaborative urban education grant. Loutzenhiser has also managed state and county-wise political campaigns, conducted survey research, exit polls and strategic plans. She holds a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis, and MPA and PhD in Public Administration and Public Policy Analysis from Saint Louis University.
Last Updated: 11/08/2012