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Highly motivated and strategic EEO Facilitator with extensive experience in dispute resolution and mediation. A strong communicator and public speaker with successes in leading adult training and education on a variety of subjects. Proven abilities in program development and implementation including policies, procedures, and documentation systems to ensure adherence to employment laws and regulations. A skilled mentor and coach with excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills. Expertise in multi-tasking and organization to complete projects in a timely manner. Currently hold a Secret Security Clearance.
Employee and Personnel Relations Counseling and Mediation Problem Solving and Negotiation Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques Determining Settlement Agreements Leadership Development Interviewing and Information Gathering Diversity Awareness and Advocacy Suicide Assessment Adult Education and Training Excellent Communication Skills Statistical Research and Analysis
Counseled EEO complaint and discrimination cases filed by Army Civilian employees and provided alternate resolution resulting in no files going formal. Planned, scheduled, and facilitated focus groups of over 800 personnel for the US Army Reserve Command Headquarters to improve work environment through gathering and analyzing feedback. Presented recommendations for improvement to Commander. Conducted climate surveys for US Army Reserve Command subordinate organizations of 1500+ personnel and analyzed the results to determine action plans to improve organization climate. Organized the Army Reserve’s Equal Opportunity Conference and Workshop from 2007-2011 for over 450 practitioners. Organized and conducted annual ethnic observances and multi-cultural community events for 1600+ personnel for Army Forces Command and US Army Reserve.
Equal Opportunity Compliance Specialist, Counselor, and Diversity Manager (GS11) 05/2010 to Current US Army Reserve Fort Bragg, NC Serve as a neutral third party to mediate conflicts and violence based on race, color, or national origin, and provide services to prevent and respond to hate crimes. Consult with compliance executives on equal opportunity regulations, race relations, disparate treatment, and civil rights relating to nondiscrimination and affirmative action. Develop and implement procedures for complaint and alternative dispute resolution. Act as subject matter expert and advocate for diversity and cultural educational awareness.