Maria J. D’Agostino is a Professor of public administration in the Department of Public Management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, and Co-Director of Women in the Public Sector at John Jay College. Dr. D’Agostino’s recent research has focused on women in public administration including two co-edited books, Governing in A Global World (2018) and Women and Public Administration: Theory and Practice (2011). Her work appears in The Review of Public Personnel Administration and American Review of Public Administration. She received the 2019 American Society of Public Administration LGBT Advocacy Action Section Award for her co-authored publication, Inclusive Work Practices: Turnover Intensions Among LGBT Employees of the U.S Federal Government. She has collaborated as a guest editor for the Women and Public Administration symposium published in Administration and Society and is the co-editor of a forthcoming symposium, #MeToo in Academia: Understanding and Addressing Pervasive Problems, Public Administration Review. Most recently she initiated a partnership with the New York City Gender Equity Commission. Maria J. D’Agostino is the co-recipient of the 2018-19 Inaugural Presidential Student-Faculty Research Collaboration Award examining gender equity in municipalities. She is also the recipient of the Section for Women in Public Administration Rita Mae Kelly Distinguished Research Award, the Faculty Mid-Career Research Award. She serves as the American Society of Public Administration District II National Representative.