Faculty: Randall Margo
- Adjunct Professor
Dr. Margo brings over 25 years of experience as an executive, manager and consultant
to local government, including 9 years as Assistant County Administrator for Yuba
County. In that capacity he prepared and administered a balanced $160 million operating
budget, helped form, finance and manage a joint power agreement to construct a $400
million levee improvement project, initiated and developed County's Regional Park
Master Plan, and negotiated mutually acceptable tax-sharing agreements between the
County and cities, and with an Indian Tribe regarding a proposed casino.
As Executive Director for the Sioux City Tax Research Conference, a not-for-profit agency serving over 250 businesses in the tri-state region of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota, Dr. Margo prepared analyses on economic development, education, and tax issues for local businesses, in order to enhance the economic viability of the region. This frequently required public presentations, facilitation of public meetings and forging partnerships among disparate interest groups.
RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Functional Consolidation/Joint Power Agreements
Privatization/Managed Competition Models
Business Process Reengineering
Cost Analysis of Programs, Services and Fees
DPA, Golden Gate University
BA (political science), University of California
PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Worked for Alameda County, the City of Novato and the County of Yolo. Dr. Margo has served on the finance committee for the United Way of Yuba-Sutter Counties, the Peach Tree Health Clinic in Yuba County, and as a Board Director for Community Action Marin in Marin County.
Senior Fellow, William Jessup University Public Policy Institute