Natriece Bryant (MA, University of Colorado–Denver; MCJ, University of Colorado – Denver; MBA, Regis University) is the Division Director for the Division of State Property for the State of Colorado where she oversees the Office of State Architect, Public-Private Partnership Collaboration Unit, and the Office of Capital Assets.
Previously, she was the Public-Private Partnership Director for the Colorado Department of Personnel and Administration where she oversaw all programs and projects in relation to public private partnerships, including affordable housing, early childcare, behavioral/mental health capacity expansion and broadband expansion. Natriece also served as the Deputy Chief Customer Officer at the Governor’s Office of Information Technology. Her role was to execute and direct all state IT programs, define statewide technology strategies, interagency communications and statewide technology communication policies and projects. She oversaw customer success for all business areas in the department and managed high-level programs and projects for the state.
Natriece has also served as the Office of Economic Development and International Trade State and Local Stimulus Coordinator for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars. In that role she provided guidance to executive leadership regarding funding for affordable housing, workforce, behavioral health, and mental health projects statewide. She also managed stakeholder engagement and strategic communications with local governments on projects and provided guidance on spending plans for state agencies in compliance with ARPA guidelines.
Previously, she was the Department of Local Affairs’ Deputy Executive Director where she managed all operations for affordable housing, local government, policy, property taxation and assessment appeals statewide and served as the State Complete Count Committee Chair for the 2020 Census. She also worked for the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies in the Divisions of Financial Services and Banking to oversee all compliance, education, and outreach strategies for 60 banks and 39 credit unions. She developed the BankSafe program in partnership with AARP for Colorado to ensure financial safety and security for older Coloradans.
She has worked on community planning and population distribution in Denver and statewide on issues surrounding driver’s licenses for immigrants in Colorado as well as housing for those hardest-to-serve groups.
Natriece has worked with both public and private sector clients on change management and been certified as a Lean Six-Sigma trainer. Natriece has three master’s degrees in business administration, sociology and criminal justice. She also has a bachelor’s degree in communications.