The Alameda County Board of Supervisors congratulates County Administrator, Susan S. Muranishi, for being selected as one of 35 national leaders in the field of public administration to be inducted as a 2022 National Academy of Public Administration Fellow.
“Our distinguished Academy Fellows are nationally recognized and respected for their expertise in the field of public administration and the members of the Fellows Class of 2022 are no exception,” said Terry Gerton, President and CEO of the Academy. “We proudly welcome this outstanding new class of Fellows that will help advance the Academy vision – a just, fair, and inclusive government that strengthens communities and protects democracy.”
Ms. Muranishi, appointed by the Board of Supervisors in late 1995, has served at the helm of operations for the 7th largest county in California for over 25 years, overseeing an annual budget of $3.6 billion and a workforce of over 10,000 employees. Muranishi is the chief administrative official for the 20th most populous and one of the most diverse counties in the nation.
“This is a well-deserved honor for our Administrator, Susan, whose dedication and commitment to public service is being recognized statewide and nationally, and underscores the confidence that the Board of Supervisors, County staff, our diverse communities and many stakeholders have in her innovative leadership and fiscal stewardship”, said Keith Carson, Alameda County Board President.
The 2022 class joins more than 950 Academy Fellows – including former cabinet officers, members of Congress, governors, mayors and state legislators, as well as prominent scholars, business executives, nonprofit leaders, and public administrators.
Induction of the 2022 Fellows will occur in Washington D.C. in November.