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IU Bloomington

Beth Gazley

O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Expert Bio

Professor Beth Gazley is co-founder of the Indiana University Environmental Resilience Institute and co-principal investigator on the Prepared for Environmental Change Grand Challenge initiative at IU. Her focus is on civil society and philanthropic behaviors related to climate change adaptation.

Gazley specializes in nonprofit management, inter-organizational collaboration, the management of membership associations and volunteerism. Best known for her groundbreaking work on nonprofit-government collaboration, Gazley is a prolific writer and researcher, with more than 60 published works since 2001. She also studies governmental reliance on charities to fund public services.

Areas of Expertise

Public and nonprofit management, associations, intersectoral relations, collaboration, volunteerism.