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Blacks In Government

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Representing the Interests of African Americans in the Government Accountability Office and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

  President

George Duncan 

 

1st vice President

Barbara J Fludd-Hawkins

 

2nd Vice President

Kisha Clark

 

Treasurer

Kenneth A. Keys

 

Assistant Treasurer

John Townes

 

Secretary

Theodora F Guardado-Gallegos 

 

Assistant Secretary

Lanetha Neal

 

Membership Chair

Shirley Jones

 

Diversity Council Rep

John Townes

 

Communications

Chair—Rochelle Bryant 

Newsletter Cheryl Harris

Historian—Oscar Mardis

Social Media—Najeema Washington

 

Region XI Reps

Rochelle Bryant 

Shirley Jones

Kenneth A. Key

Lanetha Neal Alt

 

Region XI Council

President

Shirley Jones

Treasurer

     Rochelle Bryant

Financial Secretary Kenneth A. Key

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Presidential Greeting

 

The GAO-USACE Chapter of Blacks in Government (BIG) is dedicated to representing the interests of African Americans in GAO and the USACE. The representation of our members from mission and mission support organizations in each agency provides us with a broad perspective of employment issues. At GAO, the work of our chapter has helped to shape employment policies and practices at GAO, and was a significant factor in the initiation of a 2008 study by the Ivy Group of performance disparities between African American analyst staff and analysts of other racial groups in GAO.

 

BIG GAO-USACE President’s Message

 

First I would like to thank each of you for all your help and support you have given me since I took office just over a month ago. I am truly blessed to have taken over a successful chapter where all our members work together and resolve our differences in a productive manner. A chapter that is fiscally sound with a history of officers that have been excellent stewards of our member’s dues and other resources generated from fundraising efforts. A chapter that has designed and implemented one of GAO’s most well known and well respected community events and a chapter where current members have worked with and testified to Congress on inequality at GAO. To be plain and simple I have been given a gift I don’t have to fix any problems I can focus on the future and that is what I intend to do. That being said I would like to discus my vision for the future and announce my selections for standing committee Chairs. My vision for our chapter is outlined in three goals (1) Advocacy, (2) Community Service, and (3) Professional Development. Below I have listed my ideas on how we can achieve these goals, our committees’ responsibilities, and our leadership

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The BIG Voices 2014 Spring edition is now available. If you have ideas for articles or would like to submit an article for the newsletter, please contact our Newsletter Managers, Doris Bishop or Cheryl Harris. 

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