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About Us

The National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) is the principal and most progressive

organization dedicated to the advancement of black

public leadership in local and state governments. 

Our Mission

To serve as a catalyst for linking public and private organizations, as well as academic institutions to support the professional development of African-Americans choosing public service careers.

News & Upcoming Events

NFBPA Central Arizona Chapter is providing three graduating seniors currently enrolled in a Phoenix high school (public or charter) with a Calvin C. Goode and Georgie M. Goode "Act Goode" Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 each. The deadline to apply is

May 1, 2024. Visit our programs page to learn more or download the flyer.


Women's Wealth: Navigating the Financial Terrain

This session will explore the mindset surrounding the wealth of black women, address the unique challenges they encounter in preserving

and expanding it, and offer actionable strategies for prosperity. 


Become a Member

When you join us, you become a part of our local and national organization to promote advancement and leadership in public administration and the community. Membership welcomes public service professionals, graduate students, Deans and educators at schools of Public Administration and executives in the corporate sector.

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