Constance Y. Brown- Bellamy, MPA is the President and CEO of Brown Bell Consulting, LLC. She is a seasoned government and community relations expert with over 15 years of combined experience as a proven leader in the areas of strategic planning and facilitation, public affairs, advocacy, crisis management, community and government relations, and business etiquette. She possesses a well-rounded set of experiences in the non- profit, government, university, international and health care industries.

Most recently, Constance served as the Vice-President for Community and Government Relations for ICL, Inc., a large NYC behavioral health not-for-profit agency providing integrated services to an array of disabled individuals. She was responsible for facilitating strategic community partnerships to improve consumer outcomes and forge reciprocal relationships in host communities.

Ms. Brown- Bellamy is also an adjunct professor teaching master’s level courses in public administration to non-profit managers at Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY). She is constantly seeking to encourage and inspire others and is adept at combining her theoretical knowledge with her practical experience.

Prior to joining ICL, Constance was a member of the inaugural class of Capital City Fellows Program (CCFP), an initiative of DC Mayor Anthony Williams aimed at attracting recent graduates of master’s degree programs in public administration, public policy, urban planning, and related fields to work for the city of Washington, DC. Candidates compete for two-year fellowship appointments during which they complete four six-month rotations in different city agencies.

After completing the fellowship, Constance was hired as a policy analyst with the District of Columbia Department of Health’s (DC DOH) Office of Environmental Health Science and Regulation (OEHSR). In this capacity, Constance researched best practices in environmental health and sought out programs for replication in the District. Constance returned home to New York, with a desire to effect change in her hometown. She accepted a position as the Public Health Partnership Coordinator for the Hudson Regional Health Commission (HRHC) located in Hudson County, NJ. Her responsibilities included forging strategic partnerships aimed at increasing positive health outcomes and improving health care service delivery throughout Hudson County, NJ.

Ms. Brown-Bellamy is certified by The Protocol School of Washington®, the leader in business image coaching, etiquette and protocol services, as a business etiquette and international protocol consultant. She utilizes here expertise to provide individuals and business clients with customized trainings to help them outclass the competition and succeed in effecting change to promote increased career advancement opportunities.

In March of 2015, Ms. Brown Bellamy was honored as a 2015 Womens History Maker by the Brooklyn Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce (CACCI) for her many years and commitment to community service.

Ms. Brown-Bellamy graduated cum laude from Norfolk State University with a BA in Political Science/Public Administration and received her Master of Arts in Public Administration (MPA) with Honors from Howard University in Washington, DC.