Clarice Bailey, PhD, Chief Learning Officer

Clarice Bailey brings more than 30 years of classroom experience as a teacher, trainer, learner, professor and program administrator. She has been committed to community service throughout her career, especially in the areas of juvenile justice, child welfare, youth conflict resolution, partner violence and conflict, anti-oppression work, peace studies and organizational transformation. 

Clarice serves a variety of public sector and non profit organizations as a national independent consultant focusing on human and organizational transformation. Her present work spans child serving human service agencies, and marginalized youth advocacy groups. Clarice is a certified Transitions Coach/Trainer. She served as a senior member of the Casey Strategic Consulting Group of the Annie E. Casey Foundation during which she supported state and local governments (Louisiana, Kentucky, Georgia, and New Jersey) through intensive interventions focusing on organization change and transformation, staff development and learning. Prior to the Casey Foundation, Clarice served as Deputy Assistant Director in the Department of Human Services, Continuous System Improvement Group for the State of Oregon and was part of a team which provided internal consulting, CQI and staff training. Additionally, Clarice holds a doctorate in Public Administration and Policy from Portland State University in Portland, Oregon and is affiliate faculty at Saint Joseph’s University in the Masters of Organizational Development and Leadership Program.