Janet G. Cornell has more than 35 years of court experience. She is a court consultant, facilitator, and educator with a background in general and limited jurisdiction courts. From 2002-13 she was court administrator for Scottsdale (Arizona) City Court, and from 1998-2002 she was criminal justice staff consultant with the Maricopa County (Phoenix) Information Technology Department. Ms. Cornell also served as senior judicial administrator with the Maricopa County Superior Court; administrator with the county justice courts; and operations manager for the U.S. District Court. Presentations and consulting for local, federal, and international audiences include caseflow management, court administration, customer service, leadership, reengineering, and court performance measures, with projects in Serbia, Guam, Palau, and Micronesia. Ms. Cornell has published numerous court-based articles and is a past president of NACM, the Arizona Courts Association, and the Arizona Limited Jurisdiction Administrators Association. She is a member of the International Association for Court Administration and the American Judicature Society. She has received awards from the Arizona Supreme Court, the City of Scottsdale, NACM, and National Center for State Courts. She has a Masters of Public Administration and Bachelor of Arts, Arizona State University; is an Institute for Court Management Fellow; and holds certificates from the Leadership Institute for Judicial Education, University of Memphis, Tennessee, and the Leader Coach Institute, Scottsdale.