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Frankie Clogston

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Human Resource Management
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    • Professional Experience

      Vice President, Knowledge Management and Development (2019-2002)
      International Economic Development Council, Washington, D.C.

      Consultant - Research, Technical Assistance (1997-2014)
      International Economic Development Council, Washington, D.C.

      Senior Economist (2015-2019)
      Lead - Data Analytics, Econometrics, Inc., Bethesda, Md.

      Various Position for Television News Outlets (1997-2008)
      Staff or freelance producer, writer, assignment desk editor and reporter, Washington, D.C. & New York, N.Y.

    • Certifications

      Racism, Immigration & Citizenship, Johns Hopkins University, 2014

  • Selected Publications
    Additional Publications

    Clogston, F., & Kock, Z. (2022). A playbook for equitable economic development. Washington, DC: lnternational Economic Development Council.

    Anderson, L., Burke, H., & Clogston, F. (2022). Effective economic development roles in workforce partnerships. Washington, D.C.: International Economic Development Council.

    Clogston, F. (2022, May 1). IDEALS: Equitable economic development. PM Magazine. Washington DC: ICMA.

    Clogston, F., & McGalliard, T. (2021, March). Digital nomads: Economic development implications of the rise in telework. Washington, D.C.: ICMA.

    Stollof, J., Clogston, F., Bellemore, F., Khan, C., Pongsiri, K., Beggs, T., Wang, X., & Holdzkom, K. (2020). Improving the health and safety of transit workers with corresponding impacts on the bottom line. Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences. https://doi.org/10.17226/26022 

    Clogston, J. F. (2016). The repeal of the Fairness Doctrine and the irony of talk radio: A story of political entrepreneurship, risk, and cover. Journal of Policy History, 28(2), 315-396.

    Anderson, L., Clogston, F., Erekat, D., Gannisc, S., Ghosh, S., Girdwood, C., ... & Thorstensen, L. (2010). Creating quality jobs: Transforming the economic development landscape. Washington, D.C.: International Economic Development Council.