Nadine Reidy is a human resource development professional with over 25 years of experience in designing, developing and delivering management and leadership education and training programs and conducting organizational interventions for local and state government.
Retired from the Human Resource Development Institute (HRDI), a part of the State New Jersey’s Department of Personnel, where she managed the management and leadership development team, Nadine is now an adjunct instructor with HRDI and adjunct professor with FDU. She teaches Building Strategic Partnerships, Professional Communication, Ethics in the Public Sector, Customer Service in Government and Not-For-Profit Sector, among others, for FDU.
Nadine is one of the originators of the Certified Public Manager Program. She designed the original curriculum and she and her staff trained over 7500 state and local managers in Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the program. During her career, she served as a personnel director for the City of Plainfield, the director of the Passaic County Juveniles- In -Need of Supervision (JINS) facility, a General Training Manager for HRDI and as a manger of the Total Quality Management Office for the State of New Jersey.
Nadine has a Masters degree from Rutgers University in Educational Psychology and a BA in Psychology and Biology from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She is also a graduate of the Ontological Design Course, a doctorate level program in language and communication.