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John J. DiIulio Jr.

John J. DiIulio Jr.

Frederic Fox Leadership Professor, University of Pennsylvania

John J. DiIulio Jr. is the Frederic Fox Leadership Professor of Politics, Religion and Civil Society at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously was a professor of politics and public affairs at Princeton University. DiIulio is member of the National Academy of Public Administration and recipient of the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management’s David N. Kershaw Award and the American Political Science Association’s Leonard D. White Award in Public Administration. He has been a senior fellow and a research center director at the Brookings Institution, the Manhattan Institute and Public/Private Ventures. DiIulio was the first director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives and has worked with the Obama administration to reconstitute that office.  His books include Bring Back the Bureaucrats, American Government and Godly Republic.  He attended Penn and has a Ph.D. in political science from Harvard.
John J. DiIulio Jr. is the Frederic Fox Leadership Professor of Politics, Religion and Civil Society at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously was a professor of politics and public affairs at Princeton University. DiIulio is member of the National Academy of Public Administration and recipient of the Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management’s David N. Kershaw Award and the American Political Science Association’s Leonard D. White Award in Public Administration. He has been a senior fellow and a research center director at the Brookings Institution, the Manhattan Institute and Public/Private Ventures. DiIulio was the first director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives and has worked with the Obama administration to reconstitute that office.  His books include Bring Back the Bureaucrats, American Government and Godly Republic.  He attended Penn and has a Ph.D. in political science from Harvard.
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