Deborah Dale Brackney is the Executive Vice President of Mountain States Employers Council, Inc. She oversees four MSEC Departments: Human Resource Services, Management Development, Outsource Consulting Services and Surveys. Deborah began working at the Council in 1988. She was promoted to Director of the Management Development Department in 1996, the Outsourced Consulting Services Department in 2002, and as Membership Development Director in 2004. She was named Vice President in 2005.
While at the Council, Deborah has focused on employee development and organizational effectiveness. She has delivered hundreds of trainings on supervision, leadership and communication to member companies. Deborah has also consulted with organizations on aligning their vision, leadership, staff and operational practices to create better business results.
Deborah is an adjunct professor at Metro State College where she teaches Human Resource Management.
Before corning to the Council, Deborah worked in public policy on legislative analysis and assisted state legislatures on drafting new statues. She also worked on development and design of training for state and federal agencies as well as for judicial organizations.
She serves as the Board Chair of Seniors Resource Center and is former Past Board Chair for Metro Volunteers. Deborah is also on the boards of the Carson J Spencer Foundation and the Colorado Children’s Chorale. She is active with Rotary as well as supporting the selection process for the Martin Luther King Social Responsibility Awards.
Deborah grew up and graduated from High School in Los Angeles. She moved to Colorado to attend the University of Colorado where she received a BA and MA. Being a proud Human Resources professional, she carries the SPHR designation.