Gerri C. LeBow Hall, 3220 Market Street, Room 220, Grand Meeting Room, Philadelphia, PA 19104
- Current Students
- Prospective Students
A Conversation with Richard Negrin, Deputy Mayor & Managing Director, City of Philadelphia
Thursday, May 8, 2014
11:00 AM-12:30 PM
Richard Negrin, deputy mayor for administration and coordination & chief managing director, City of Philadelphia, Managing Director's Office
Join two recently established Drexel student organizations, Drexel Solutions Bank and LeBow’s Society of Human Resource Management (Drexel Chapter), in welcoming Richard Negrin, deputy mayor for administration and coordination and managing director of the City of Philadelphia, for an engaging presentation and discussion.
The presentation and discussion will focus on Mr. Negrin’s experience as an executive manager in both the private and public sector, in addition to discussing some of his opinions on issues facing Philadelphia and how the city government is approaching solving those issues.
11 – 11:45 AM: Presentation & Discussion
11:45 AM – 12:30 PM: Reception
In July 2010, Richard Negrin was sworn in as Deputy Mayor of Administration and Coordination and Managing Director of the City of Philadelphia. As Managing Director, Negrin oversees several high-profile, cross-departmental initiatives. As Deputy Mayor, Mr. Negrin supervises the City’s key infrastructure departments, including the Office of Human Resources, the Office of Information Technology, and the Procurement Department.
Previously, Richard served as Vice Chair of the independent Philadelphia Board of Ethics and was Vice President, Associate General Counsel and a member of the Executive Leadership Council of ARAMARK Corporation. Also, Mr. Negrin played briefly in the National Football League, signing contracts with the Cleveland Browns in 1988, and the New York Jets in 1989.
Mr. Negrin is a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law, where he was the recipient of the Richard L. Barbour, Jr. Memorial Award. He received his Bachelor’s degree in political science from Wagner College.
This event is sponsored by the Drexel Center for Public Policy, and co-sponsored by Drexel Solutions Bank and the Drexel Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management.