Bowling Green City Councilor Daniel Gordon is a finalist for a NextGen Public Service Award.
Gordon was nominated in the NextGen Courageous Champion Award category. According to NextGen: “This award recognizes a public servant that is blazing the path for their generation in government with courage and determination at the local, national, or international level.”
Gordon, who is in his third term representing the First Ward on city council, is among 30 finalists selected in five categories.
Each of the finalists will be recognized at the Next Generation of Government Training Summit on July 27-28 in Washington, D.C.
According to NextGen: “Public servants make a difference and we are happy to give them the support they give to so many of us.”
On its website NextGen Government is described as a movement that “educates, inspires and promotes innovation and positive growth for government.”
For the full press release visit: https://www.nextgengovt.com/nextgen-general/2017-nextgen-public-service-award-finalist#.WVAE5pD71AU.twitter