ANNIE N. BAILEY, MS, MPA is a Principal at Bibby, LLC. Her work with public, nonprofit and private organizations has helped them achieve strategic goals and successfully implement change initiatives.
Through performance evaluation, assessment of competencies, development, design and implementation of innovative programs and management systems, Annie has helped leaders facilitate organizational change.
Working with individuals and teams, Annie has proven her ability to coach others, inspire creative and productive organizational behavior, and help employees reach their fullest potential.
As a multi-credentialed scholar and leader, Annie was recently inducted into the National Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration for her academic and professional achievements, in addition to being selected as a Finalist for the International County & City Management Association Government Management Fellowship (2013).
Currently, Annie serves on the International City and County Management Association's Advisory Board for Graduate Education. Working with administrators and academies from government agencies and academic institutions across the nation, Annie works to help develop strategies for creating a pipeline to government service for the best and brightest students of public policy and administration.
Annie formally served as the President and 3-year Executive Board Member for the California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists, East Bay Chapter, for which the State Association recognized her with a "Chapter Leader of the Year" Award in 2005; was an appointed member of the City of Berkeley Mental Health Commission; and served for two years on the National Leadership Corps for the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
As a life-long advocate of social and environmental causes and an active volunteer leader, Annie also served on the Stewardship Committee for the Truckee-Donner Land Trust and Serene Lakes Property Owner's Association partnership, which is designed to guid the protection and use of preserved public land in the California Sierra Mountains.