Portfolio of Work

Posted by Terri McCormick On November - 3 - 2014

Ferguson, Missouri: What Should Have/Could Have Been Done?

The Politics of Policy: How Leadership Influences Implementation

This is the Formal Proposition Paper provided to the Midwest Academy of Management. This document is a work in progress and as such is the copywritten property of Terri McCormick. Please write for permission to cite the document at cpg@mccormickdawson.com. We would like to know how you will be applying this work citation in your research.

This presentation examines the theoretical propositions that emerge from the literature review – establishing what is known about policy decision making, leadership, and education reform. The paper focuses on the “Black Box of Politics” as it intersects with public policy. The setting for the dissertation to follow is on the legislative committee hearings, documents, testimony, social media, press and other archived documents – during the Common Core State Standards Debate and consideration of REPEAL of the CCSD policy.

Election 2014: The Governor’s Race and Wisconsin’s Future

Recording Location: Clausen Center for World Business, Carthage College
With host Denise Callaway and guests in order of appearance: Yuri Maltsev, PhD, Professor of Economics, Carthage College; Lena Taylor, Wisconsin State Senator; Terri McCormick, former Republican legislator; and Jerald Mast, PhD, Political Scientist, Carthage College.

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Terri McCormick’s Appearance On The TV Show “It’s Your Law”

George Curtis interviews Terri McCormick about her upcoming book release What Sex is a Republican. It takes a look at the political game from behind the curtain with one intention: to call on each of us to serve in our local, state and federal government. The principles of Republican government have been lost on the money changers in our state and national capitols.

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Terri McCormick honored for excellence in government relations by Cambridge's Who's Who industry experts