Consultant to the Center for Partnership Studies
Heidi Sieck is committed to implementing the Partnership Model of Cultural Transformation Theory in government organizations. Sieck is the 2010 President of the San Francisco Women's Political Committee and the Program Director of the San Francisco Post-Disaster Resilience and Recovery Initiative. She is the co-founder and past Chair of the annual San Francisco Women’s Policy Summit and just completed a term the President of the Board of Directors of Brava! for Women in the Arts (www.brava.org).
Sieck started her political career in the office of U.S. Senator Bob Kerrey and has worked on four presidential campaigns and many local races. Her background includes public and private sector work in the area of telecommunications regulatory policy and compliance for various companies including AT&T Wireless, XO Communications, and Urban Media both in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco where she collaborated with the Federal Communications Commission, California Public Utilities Commission, and congressional staff.
Heidi is a 2006 Graduate of the Emerge Campaign Training Program for democratic women. She is currently pursuing her M.A. in Transformative Leadership at the California Institute of Integral Studies and has a B.A. cum laude in Communications and Art History from the University of Nebraska where she was a member of the Innocent’s Society (top 13 graduating seniors) and Phi Beta Kappa.