Meeting of September 7, 2006, Washington D.C. on Federal Sector EEO Investigations
Delia L. Johnson currently serves as the Director of the Office of Civil Rights at the International Broadcasting Bureau, Broadcasting Board of Governors. In her present position, Ms. Johnson is the principal advisor to the Broadcasting Board of Governors and all Senior Officials on all matters relating to the management of equal employment opportunity.
Ms. Johnsonís, Civil Rights career began in 1979, as an EEO Specialist with the Department of Health Education and Welfare. Her government service includes the position of Senior EEO Specialist with the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Public Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services. She has also served as Senior EEO Specialist with the Department of Education and the Departmental Office for Equal Opportunity at the Department of Interior.
Since 1994, Ms. Johnson has lectured in Human Rights, Equal Employment Opportunity, Civil Rights, and diversity issues in various arenas and in several countries including, Trinidad, Senegal, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Spain and Greece. She has been a guest speaker, in this country and abroad on various radio and television broadcasts. She has also been a moderator, panelist and presenter at Civil Rights and Equal Employment Opportunity related Conferences and Symposiums. Ms. Johnson currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Council of Federal EEO and Civil Rights Executives. This organization was founded in 1993 to represent the needs of the EEO community in the Federal Sector.
A native of Panama, Ms. Johnson received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from Howard University, Washington, D. C. and completed course work in the Master's Degree Program in Equal Opportunity Law at the Antioch School of Law Center for Legal Studies.
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