Program and Management Analyst

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$45 / hour
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Full Time, Contract,
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Over the span of my 15-year career, I have dedicated my passion and expertise to furthering civil rights, outreach initiatives, and equal employment opportunities (EEO). Through my work, I have successfully advocated for the rights of marginalized communities, implemented impactful outreach programs, and ensured fair and inclusive opportunities for all individuals in the workplace. I take immense pride in my commitment to creating a more equitable society and look forward to continuing this important work.


August 2005-May 2009 BS @ Alcorn State University


June 2006-June 2021 Program and Management Analyst @ United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Office of Civil Rights, Diversity, and Inclusion (USDA, APHIS, OCRDI)

• Enhanced professional networks and spearheaded outreach initiatives to foster relationships with managers, supervisors, and employees. Proactively advocated for education and awareness on the importance of inclusivity and representation of protected groups in workforce recruitment endeavors.

• Leveraged policy memoranda, directives, and regulations to assess the influence of federally regulated internship programs within the civil rights office. Specifically focused on programs like the USDA/1890 National Scholars Program, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, as well as third-party initiatives.

• Engaged with local schools and universities to raise awareness among students about the diverse array of opportunities available within the USDA, irrespective of their chosen majors. Actively informed students about the various career paths and possibilities within the USDA, fostering a culture of inclusivity and encouraging exploration of different fields of study.

• Performed comprehensive Civil Rights Impact Analysis (CRIA) to evaluate the civil rights implications of proposed organizational actions. These actions encompassed various areas such as reorganization, realignments, office closures, and other initiatives that could potentially affect personnel and program beneficiaries.

• Managed civil rights compliance reviews by conducting online surveys, extensive studies, and on-site evaluations of program units. Generated comprehensive reports for senior-level management, highlighting comparative analysis of APHIS against USDA criteria for compliance and identifying any underrepresentation of protected groups. Additionally, acted as a team lead, overseeing the development of a fiscal year schedule, organizing travel logistics, managing budgetary considerations, and facilitating team formation.

• Provided mentorship to multiple cohorts of incoming summer interns, offering valuable insights and guidance on effective employee techniques. Assisted in the development of self-confidence among interns while reinforcing the agency’s core values. Conducted official new employee training sessions on office ethics, ensuring a strong foundation for their professional growth.

• Served as the African American Special Emphasis Program Manager, taking charge of developing and implementing initiatives to educate the agency about underrepresentation issues. Created innovative programs that focused on alternative recruitment methods beyond traditional job fairs, ensuring a more diverse and inclusive workforce.

• Served as the MD-715 liaison for multiple programs within the agency, providing valuable technical assistance as required. Ensured that each program followed the necessary procedures to establish a model Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) program.

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