Rod Gould has been instructing and giving back to the next generation of local government leaders since the early 1990s. See below for a list of his positions — past and present — within academia.
Rod Gould (pictured in the middle of the group photo above) is currently teaching an MPA course at USC’s Price School of Public Policy. A recent class was comprised of 27 mid-career students, about evenly divided from both Northern and Southern California plus two Stanford MPP independent study students.
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Director of Training, Center for Public Safety Management, LLC, 2016-2020
Adjunct Professor at USC Price School of Public Policy – 2015- 2019
Instructor, California Commission on Police Officer Standards and Training (POST), Executive Development Course, 2017-2020; and Pepperdine School of Public Policy Advanced Public Engagement Workshop, 2020
Lecturer at San Francisco State University MPA program – 2015-2017
Lecturer at University of San Francisco MPA program – 2015-2017
Lecturer at Stanford Local Governance Summer Institute – 2015-2020
Lecturer at UCLA MPA program – 2012-2014
Lecturer at Santa Monica College – 2011-2015
Adjunct Professor, MPA Program, San Francisco State University – 1997‐2005
Adjunct Professor, Graduate Center For Public Policy, CSU Long Beach – 1992-1996
City Manager in Residence
Stanford University Haas Center for Public Service – 2014
Pepperdine Graduate School of Public Policy – 2011
Cornell Graduate School of Public Affairs – 2010
USC Graduate School of Policy, Planning and Development – 2008
Professional Mentor, ICMA Pepperdine Graduate School of Public Policy Student Chapter – 2012-2015
Executive Committee member, San Diego Regional Training Center – 2007-2010
Founding Director and Instructor, Poway Community Leadership Institute – 2006-2010
Board of Directors member and Instructor, Monrovia Leadership Academy – 1994-1996