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Collective Leadership and Overlapping Vital Interests: The Unrealized Power of Megacommunities

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  • Reginald Van Lee

    (Senior Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton, leads the firm's public health and not-for-profit business.)

  • Mark J. Gerencser

    (Senior Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton, has spent more than 25 years addressing national security and homeland security issues, including terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and cyber security.)

  • Chris Kelly

    (Vice President at Booz Allen Hamilton, is a leader in the firm's National Security Market team, which delivers services to law-enforcement clients.)

  • Robin Portman

    (Vice President of Booz Allen Hamilton's Health Team, leads the firm's Wounded Warrior initiatives for the Military Health System, Department of Veterans Affairs, and non-profit organizations such as the Veterans Coalition.)

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  • Reginald Van Lee & Mark J. Gerencser & Chris Kelly & Robin Portman, 2009. "Collective Leadership and Overlapping Vital Interests: The Unrealized Power of Megacommunities," Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization, MIT Press, vol. 4(2), pages 7-11, April.
  • Handle: RePEc:tpr:inntgg:v:4:y:2009:i:2:p:7-11
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