Wallace K. Swan

Wallace Swan

Title: President
Company: Wallace Swan and Associates
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Wallace K. Swan, the President at Wallace Swan and Associates, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of public administration.

A notable visionary in public policy analysis and organizational management, Dr. Swan has garnered a laudable reputation as the president of Wallace Swan and Associates, through which he parlays over four decades of experience in public sector management, nonprofit governance, consulting and teaching. Having served extensively as a program analyst on behalf of the county government of Hennepin County, Minnesota and for the state Department of Public Welfare, he presently serves as a contributing faculty member on the subjects of ethics, social justice, organization management and leadership for Walden University. Extensively well-traveled and eminently qualified in his field, Dr. Swan previously served in academia as an instructor and professor for Hamline University, Western International University, the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China and Nova Southeastern University, to name only a few.

In a career suffused with highlights, Dr. Swan is most proud to have published the first book in the field of public administration on LGBT issues, “Breaking the Silence: Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Issues in Public Administration,” in 1995. In addition to other books, many of which shine a spotlight on LGBT civil rights, he has also written a number of chapters, book reviews, papers and articles for various professional journals. Dr. Swan’s proficiency in the field is largely fueled by his own formal education, which began at the University of Idaho, from which he earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science. Following this accomplishment, he attended the Humphrey Institute, where he received a Master of Arts in public administration, and Nova Southeastern University, obtaining a Master of Public Administration in 1978 and a Doctor of Public Administration during the following year.

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