Nancy Powell Bartlett brings over 30 years of experience, knowledge and expertise gained through a variety of roles across local, regional, and state levels of government. These roles include serving as director of one the first Pre-Trial Release programs in Texas; acting as Organizational Development Consultant with the Governor’s Center for Management Development; and overseeing a breadth of city operations in leadership roles for Irving, Texas, and El Paso, Texas.
Nancy’s work has focused on creating Accountability Cultures, leading organizations to high levels of performance, while saving millions of dollars and eliminating thousands of unnecessary work hours. She is an excellent communicator and presenter earning the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation from the National Speakers Association, which only 14 percent of speakers worldwide achieve. She has presented to organizations and conferences in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and The Philippines on leadership, accountability, process improvement, and best practices. She facilitates strategic planning sessions and focus groups in those areas and is an accomplished facilitator and trainer in a variety of leadership areas.
She is a graduate of the Public Executive Institute from The University of Texas’ LBJ School of Public Affairs, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology and Corrections and Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University. Nancy has served several years as an Examiner for the Quality Texas Foundation reviewing performance levels of organizations based upon the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria.