Lenneal Henderson is an internationally recognized urban scholar. He has lectured and consulted on housing issues, energy management, environmental policy and public management for federal, state and local governments and the corporate and nonprofit sectors for more than 30 years.
Industry Expertise (4)
Areas of Expertise (5)
Unsung Heroes Award (professional)
Awarded by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Distinguished Chair in Teaching (professional)
(1992) Conferred by the University of Baltimore.
Henry C. Welcome Fellow (professional)
(1984) Conferred by The Maryland Higher Education Commission.
University of California, Berkeley: PhD, International Studies
University of California, Berkeley: MA, International Studies
University of California, Berkeley: AB, International Studies
- American Society for Public Administration : Member
- American Association for the Advancement of Science : Member
- Academy of Management ; Academy of Political Science : Member
- National Civic League : Member
- International Association of Impact Assessment : Member
- Sociological Practice Association : Member
- University of Baltimore : Distinguished Professor, School of Public and International Affairs
Event Appearances (2)
Thurgood is Coming: A Living History Reflection
Annual Ethics Week Baltimore, MD
A Discussion of Maryland's History in Slavery
19th Annual Maryland Emancipation Day Celebration Baltimore, MD
Managing Human and Natural Disasters in Developing NationsCrisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Practice
(2014) Managing human and natural disasters represents a pervasive and complex challenge to the public bureaucracies of all nations, particularly developing nations. Ironically, natural and human disasters are often perceived as sporadic, episodic, and occasional by many ...
Robert Mack Bell: Leadership, Law, and Public Policy in MarylandMaryland Law Review
(2012) Chief Judge Robert Mack Bell was both a product and a driver of his times. His work, impact and legacy as ChiefJudge of the Maryland Court of Appeals represent a vivid and dynamic study of the socialization, brilliance, and leadership of a scholar, jurist, policymaker, and ...
From Flower to Garden: Katrina-Electricity and Emergency ManagementPublic Manager
(2009) Hurricane Katrina taught federal, state, and local public managers extensive lessons about the criticality of electricity reliability in a disaster. In the report, The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Learned, the White House conceded that," ...
Race and the Problem of Equity in the Administrative StateAfrican American Perspectives on Political Science
(2007) The increasing complexity and power of administrative agencies is one of the hidden crises of American politics. Policy is implemented in an array of bureaucracies at the national and subnational level. In the study of political science and public administration, ...