Stephen L. Delaney
Adjunct Professor, City Planning and Urban Affairs
B.A., Salem State College; M.U.A., Boston University
Mr. Delaney has over 30 years experience in municipal management, with his current position being that of town administrator in Georgetown, Massachusetts—a community of 7,800 persons located about 30 minutes north of Boston. His prior service has included the positions of town administrator in Wenham, Massachusetts, and acting town manager in Duxbury and Southbridge, Massachusetts. He also has public works experience, having served as the operations director in a medium-sized community; and has undertaken numerous consulting engagements in the practice areas of public works and human services.
For the past 18 years, Delaney has also served as an adjunct faculty member at several area colleges, including Nichols College, Northern Essex Community College, and Endicott College. His teaching assignments have included courses in political science, history, and management.
Professionally, Delaney is an ICMA (International City County Management Association) Credentialed Manager. He has served as a member of the Acting Manager Task Force, and in 2005 served on the VP Nominating Committee. Delaney served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Massachusetts Municipal Management Association, and is active in “manager in transition” activities and the mentoring program for young professionals.
Current and Past Courses:
- MET UA 505 Urban Management
- MET UA 509 Urban and Public Finance and Budgeting
- MET UA 510 Selected Topics: Transportation
- MET UA 751 City Planning and Decision Theory
- International City County Management Association (ICMA)
- Massachusetts Municipal Management Association
- New Hampshire Municipal Management Association