Steve Bartlett

Steve�Bartlett, a Senior Advisor with Treliant Risk Advisors, has over thirty years of experience in financial services, business strategy, corporate governance, ethics and compliance, and public policy at the highest levels of the private sector and government. His most notable positions include President and CEO of the Financial Services Roundtable in Washington, DC, Mayor of Dallas, and member of the U.S. House of Representatives, where he was the principal author of the Americans with Disabilities Act.�Steve�draws on his background and experience and specializes in offering strategic consulting advice to for-profit companies and non-governmental organizations. �In the non-profit world,�Steve�serves on the Board of Directors of the Homeownership Preservation Foundation (HPF), which created and operates HOPE Now, a national system of counselors who assisted seven million homeowners in modifying their mortgages to keep their homes during the recent financial crisis. �Steve�graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, later serving as guest lecturer with the LBJ school of Public Affairs.