Gregory T. Kuhn
Greg Kuhn is interim director of Northern Illinois University’s Center for Governmental Studies (CGS). Greg has 40 years of combined experience in government administration, consulting and academics. In addition to working at CGS for many years, Greg has also served in city management as village manager in Clarendon Hills and assistant to the manager in Skokie, both Illinois communities in the Chicago area. He has also served as a consultant to governments as director of Local Government Management Services at Sikich, LLP, managing vice-president of the PAR Group and senior associate in Governmental Services at Korn-Ferry International.
As part of CGS, Greg has undertaken research, conducted organizational studies and provided leadership assistance to governments throughout the state. He specializes in strategic planning, public management, organizational design, leadership training and governance and policy formulation.
Greg is also a lecturer in NIU’s Department of Public Administration and the Northwestern University School of Professional Studies, and he has earned teaching awards at both schools. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Marquette University and a master’s degree in Public Administration and Ph.D. in Political Science from Northern Illinois University.
In his spare time, Greg is active in his community, serving on Amita Health’s Hinsdale and LaGrange Hospital’s Patient and Family Advisory Council and, 27 years of service on the Clarendon Hills Plan Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals, including terms as vice-chair and chair. Greg is a native of Grand Ridge, Illinois and comes from a family with long-standing ties to NIU.
Ph.D., Northern Illinois University
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