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Nancy Elizabeth Pickett, American vocational rehabilitation consultant, case manager, government council executive. Certified teacher vocational expert, qualified mental retardation professional, licensed professional counselor, rehabilitation counselor St. Charles School Board, Luling, Louisiana, 1971. Grantee National Merit scholar, 1966.


Pickett, Nancy Elizabeth was born on November 7, 1948 in Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana, United States. Daughter of Richard Dewey and Evelyn (Weis) Pickett.


Bachelor, Nicholls State University, 1970. Master of Education, Nicholls State University, 1972.


Counselor, coordinator River Parishes Council Government, Convent, Louisiana, 1973—1974, executive director Boutte, 1974—1986. Executive assistant Centec Corporation, New Orleans, 1986—1987. Vocational rehabilitation consultant Crawford Health & Rehabilitation, Metairie, 1987—1989, manager Alexandria, 1989—1992, vocational counselor, supervisor Las Vegas, 1993—1994.

Vocational counselor, medical case manager MED/VOC Inc., since 1994, president private industry council LaPlace, Louisiana, 1981—1983, private practice trainer, consultant Boutte, 1979—1987. Member board examiners Louisiana License Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors, 1992. Member advisory board Louisiana Family Planning Program, New Orleans, 1976—1990.

Delaware White House Conference Families, Minneapolis, 1978, Louisiana Governor's Conference Libraries, Baton Rouge, 1978. Founding board directors St. Charles Community Theatre, Luling, Louisiana, 1979—1984. Board directors, vice president Southeast Louisiana Girl Scout Council, New Orleans, 1978—1983.


Member of Louisiana Association Rehabilitation Professionals Private Sector (board directors 1992), Service Delivery Area Directors Association, American Society Training and Development (board directors, treasurer 1984, chairman position referral 1983).


Married Wendell Alfred Smith III, May 31, 1968 (divorced 1976). Children: Melinira Lynne, Wendell Alfred, IV. Bachelor, Nicholls State University, 1970, Master of Education, 1972.