Equal Employment Opportunity Program

National Archives EEO Officials

Director, Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Programs (EEOD)

Serves as the principle advisor to the Archivist of the United States on all equal employment opportunity matters and manages the National Archives-wide EEO program, providing leadership in all EEO program elements, including Affirmative Action Employment and Special Emphasis Programs. The EEOD serves as advisor and consultant to all levels of National Archives management and employees, and administers the discrimination complaint process.

  • Robert D. Jew, Director of EEO/Diversity Programs
    Suite 4400, Archives II

Affirmative Employment/Diversity Program Manager (AEP)

Provides National Archives-wide guidance and direction for the development and implementation of Diversity training and the Affirmative Action Program, including Special Emphasis Programs (i.e., Federal Women's Program; Hispanic Employment Program; Individuals/ Veterans with Disabilities Program, and the Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program). The AEP Manager also provides agency-wide guidance and direction for the development and implementation of affirmative employment strategies designed to increase the representation of minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities in occupations and grade levels for which under representation exists.

  • Allison Darnaby, AEP/Diversity Manager
    Suite 4400, Archives II

Complaints Program Manager

Manages NARA's EEO discrimination compliant program which involves the processing of complaints and advisory service to the EEO Director. The process includes: counseling; acceptance/dismissal of complaints; investigations; development of decisions; and providing guidance on all aspects of the compliant/compliance processes.

  • Tammie Johnson, Complaints Program Manager
    Suite 4416, Archives II

Equal Employment and Diversity Program Assistant

Provides technical assistance in support to the EEO Director, and various program objectives and initiatives for the EEO program. Serve as a collateral counselor; manage interpreter services requests; and provide guidance and administrative controls on all aspects of the budget/procurement processes.

  • Damishia R. Foster, Complaints and Diversity Assistant/EEO Counselor
    Suite 4400, Archives II

EEO Counselor

Assists and assigns National Archives' EEO Counselors in the informal complaints process which seeks resolution of alleged discrimination based, on race, color, religion, gender (including sexual harassment and sexual orientation), national origin, age, disability (mental and physical) and/or reprisal for prior EEO activity.

Promotes use of RESOLVE (mediation process) for settling disputes related to EEO.

  • Shaun Walker, Staff EEO Counselor
    Archives II, Suite 4400

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