Jeanine Inman, Vice Chair

Jeanine Inman Headshot
State Employee

Term Expiration: January 16, 2023

Jeanine is currently the Deputy Director at the Government Transformation Office (GTO) and has been a state employee for over 10 years. She has had the privilege of working with various state agencies on their continuous improvement journeys as well as providing leadership for state level projects including the statewide transition to remote work during the pandemic. Prior to GTO she worked at the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality as an associate engineer and team lead for the Pollution Prevention Program, where she also coached agency personnel on lean concepts and implemented multiple process improvements. Jeanine is a licensed professional engineer for the state of Arizona and has held various positions in private environmental engineering consulting firms before joining state service.

She holds degrees in environmental engineering and geology and geophysics from Yale University, a master’s in geography and environmental engineering from Johns Hopkins University is Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certified and a Prosci certified Change Practitioner. She is also a graduate of the Valley Leadership Catalyze Class 2. She enjoys playing the steelpan/steel drum (which is the national instrument from her native country of Trinidad and Tobago), spending time with her family, making process improvements and conducting admission interviews for her alma mater