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Jeuli Bartenstein, American federal agency administrator. Recipient Leadership in Info Technology Training award Industry Advisory Council, 1997, Hammer award for reinvention Vice President Gore, 1996.


Bartenstein, Jeuli was born on December 27, 1950 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Eugene and Sylvia (Myers) Bartenstein.


Bachelor with highest honors, University Illinois, 1972. Postgraduate, University California, Berkeley, 1975. Master of Public Administration, State University of New York, Albany, 1980.


Aide to major leader New York State Assembly, Albany, 1979-1980. Budget examiner United States Department Health and Human Services, Washington, 1980-1985. Program analyst solid waste United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1985-1989, program manager environmental education, 1989-1990, deputy director Environmental Protection Agency Institute, 1990-1997, senior policy analyst, since 1998.

Deputy director The Center Peace Corps, 1997-1998. International trainer United States Environmental Protection Agency, United States Agency for International Development, United Nations, Argentina, Hungary, India, Slovakia, Mexico, since 1993. Management consultant Creative Consultant, Washington, since 1996.

Seminar leader Federal Women's Program, Albany, 1980. Owner, designer greeting card company Hat Chat, 1988-1991.


President, vice president, finance chair, member committee chair board directors Reading Is Fundamental, Northern Virginia, since 1987. Mentor, advisor The Women's Center, Vienna, public speaker, since 1990. Tutor District of Columbia Public Schools, 1980-1987.

Member American Society Public Administration, National Organization of Women, National Women's Museum, Presidential Management Alumni Group.


  • Other Interests

    Bowling, travel, basketry, charitable fundraising, needlecrafts.


Married Michael William Carleton, March 23, 1991.