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Terri L. Bartlett

Independent Pubic Policy Consultant

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President for Public Policy

Population Action International


Consultant

Bartlett Grain Company


Affiliations

Asia Pacific Alliance

Member, Steering Committee


Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition

Member, Executive Committee


Institute of Politics

Fellow


Education

University of Tennessee , Knoxville


Web References(74 Total References)


Global Health Council - Global Health News from around the World

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In Memoriam: Terri Bartlett
Terri Bartlett, a leading advocate for women worldwide, died suddenly this weekend.


OneWorld United States :: OneWorld's People of 2008: Nominate a Trailblazer Today!

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Nominee's Name: Terri L Bartlett
Terri Bartlett, who passed away unexpectedly this weekend in Tennessee, was a force of nature, bulldozing her way through bureaucracies, arcane laws and barriers to ensure that the health and rights of women and their families the world over were safeguarded. Using her Southern charms, she would cajole high level policymakers into understanding her worldview of equity and parity. While others would write white papers or deliver keynote speeches, Terri would instead bat her eyelashes, exaggerate her Tennessee drawl and lay out arguments that were difficult to combat. Standing just about five feet tall and with an impish, beautiful face, Terri was the very embodiment of a "steel magnolia." After so many years of working to improve the lives of women in the U.S., Terri chose to use her considerable skills to guarantee sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and their families in the developing world. She joined Population Action International (PAI) in 1999 as Vice President for Public Policy and Strategic Initiatives. In the eight years that she held this position, Terri Bartlett directed the organization's domestic and international policy agenda. She became a regular fixture in the halls of Congress, in Parliaments around the world and in cities, towns and villages from Thailand to Ethiopia to Haiti. Women, policymakers, heads of state and advocates around the world came to know and love the small woman with the big ideas. She was at the vortex of every meeting she attended, leaving a palpable blast of energy in her wake. Ms. Bartlett also played a key role in bringing the issue of reproductive health supplies to greater global attention. She served on the Executive Committee of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, an alliance of leading reproductive health organizations that works to identify the main causes of supply shortages and provides recommendations to government leaders and policy-makers about improving the availability and access to these products. In the year since Terri left PAI, she had served as a public policy consultant to numerous foundations and nongovernmental organizations. Although her work was often in Washington, DC, and other world capitals, her heart was in rural Smithville, Tennessee where she lived with her beloved dog. She signed off her emails to friends and colleagues with, "from the hills..." Her death has brought grief to tens of thousands of people from Nairobi to Cairo to New Orleans to Washington, DC. She was engaged in several projects at the time of her death and had just finished rejoicing in the election of Barack Obama. But the ideals she fought to make reality - ensuring that women and infants don't die in childbirth, that women choose when and how many children to have, that girls receive educations to make them self-sufficient - will continue. And friends and colleagues and people whose lives are vastly improved because she once was here will forever be indebted to her.


Population Action International : Staff Listing

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Terri Bartletttlb@popact.orgVice President for Public Policy & Strategic Initiatives


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Terri Bartlett


www.populationaction.org

About PAI : Staff: Terri Bartlett Terri Bartlett, Vice President for Public Policy & Strategic InitiativesWith more than 20 years experience in the public policy and reproductive health fields, Terri Bartlett serves as Vice President for Public Policy and Strategic Initiatives for Population Action International (PAI).In this position, she directs the organization's domestic and international policy agenda.In recent years, Ms. Bartlett has led PAI's signature work on the Global Gag Rule Impact Project, which has now expanded to look at the broader array of U.S. family planning and reproductive health policies, including those on HIV/AIDS.Ms. Bartlett also plays a key role in bringing the issue of reproductive health supplies to greater global attention.She serves on the Executive Committee of the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, an alliance of leading reproductive health organizations that works to identify the main causes of supply shortages and provides recommendations to government leaders and policy-makers about improving the availability and access to these products.She also serves on the Steering Committee of the Asia Pacific Alliance, a strategic advocacy network that engages NGOs, ODA agencies, and philanthropic foundations working towards advancing the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) agenda. Prior to joining PAI in January of 1999, Ms. Bartlett served for more than a decade as President, CEO and founder of Planned Parenthood of Louisiana.Before moving to Louisiana, Ms. Bartlett served as the Executive Director of the Tennessee Association of Planned Parenthood Affiliates, a statewide advocacy organization.She began her career with Planned Parenthood Association of Nashville as the Director of Volunteers in their Community Education Department. Immediately before joining PAI, Ms. Bartlett served as an independent public policy and communications consultant for political campaigns and nongovernmental organizations in the United States and overseas..She is a native of Tennessee and a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and a Fellow of the Institute of Politics, Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana.


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