Dr. Marcus Ingle
Program Director of International Public Service
Professor of Public Administration
Dr. Marcus Ingle is a Professor of Public Administration in the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government, and Director for International Public Service in the Executive Leadership Institute (ELI). Dr. Ingle joined ELI in 2003 following many years of experience with the U.S. Government, the University of Maryland at College Park, and international consulting companies. Prior to joining ELI, he directed the USAID Regional Infrastructure Program for Water and Sanitation in eight countries of South East Europe with Booz Allen & Hamilton. Prior to that, Dr. Ingle served as Chief of Party for the Vietnam Highways Management Improvement Project in Hanoi financed through the Asian Development Bank.
Dr. Ingle is a specialist in global leadership and management including participatory and sustainability techniques for urban and rural water, transport and environmental programs. He chairs the Global Area of Specialization in the Hatfield School's MPA program. In ELI, Dr. Ingle leads educational and research initiatives in Vietnam and China, and supports the Japanese Municipal Officers program.
Dr. Ingle received his Ph.D. in Social Science from the Maxwell School of Public Affairs at Syracuse University in New York. He has an MPA from the University of Washington. For fifteen years, Dr. Ingle taught an annual graduate seminar at American University on various management topics including "The Use of the Logical Framework for Project Design Implementation and Evaluation," "Sustaining the Benefits of Development Projects: Innovative Management Techniques," and "Commercializing Public Sector Organizations: What Techniques can Government Agencies Adapt from Successful Enterprises."
Faculty in the News
What if a unique, meaningful, mutually beneficial relationship could be formed between Oregon and the country of Vietnam? That conversation between Legislative Affairs and Communications Manager, Andrea Fogue, and Portland State University Professor, Marcus Ingle, served as the starting point for Andrea’s EMPA Capstone project. That Capstone became the catalyst for a dynamic partnership convened by Portland State University (PSU) in 2014 known as the Vietnam-Oregon Initiative (VOI).
PSU is working with the Quang Nam Province and the city of Hoi An as the two sides use sustainability to encourage economic development through an “eco-city” strategy. Marcus Ingle suggests that "Oregon has a unique opportunity for a two-way exchange to aid in green technology adoption."