Juliet Jason is a leader in the field of human capital management and organizational development. With a career spanning two decades, she has vast experience in the areas of human capital management, leadership development, talent management and development, change management, workforce research and organizational development. In her current role as the Senior Consultant for NonprofitHR, she works directly with clients on complex human resource projects by providing strategic guidance, thought partnership, and training.

Prior to joining NonprofitHR, Juliet served as a Senior Human Capital Consultant with ICF, where she was focused on building innovative, efficient, and thorough workforce solutions for federal clients. Additionally, with several organizations, Juliet worked on projects where she specialized in competency modeling; talent assessments; process mapping; workforce planning and development; analyzing quantitative and qualitative data; and leveraging research findings to develop practical tools and recommendations.  She is an active listener and effective communicator, using these skills to establish and maintain relationships with clients or staff as a trusted advisor.

Juliet holds a Master of Science (MS) degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Baltimore, Maryland. Juliet is originally from Kenya and pursued her Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Management Information Systems from the United States International University-Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. Juliet loves exploring the outdoors, especially hiking and running on trails.