posted on July 06, 2010 14:58
DRBA EEO/AA and Diversity Manager Selected to Lead National Organization
Gregory T. Chambers to Serve as President of American Association for Affirmative Action
(New Castle, DE) On July 1, 2010, Gregory T. Chambers, EEO/AA and Diversity Manager for the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA), was sworn-in as President of the American Association for Affirmative Action (AAAA). The ceremony took place at the Association’s Access, Equity and Diversity Summit and Annual Meeting held in Raleigh, North Carolina.
“I am honored and proud to lead an organization that champions access, opportunity and diversity in the workplace,” Chambers said. “Promoting diversity strengthens workplace relationships enhancing productivity and employee satisfaction. The DRBA’s membership and leadership role in a national civil and human rights professional organization has significant meaning as we continue our efforts to be an employer of choice.”
The goals of AAAA are:
· Foster effective affirmative action/equal opportunity programs nationwide.
· Establish and maintain ethical standards for the profession.
· Liaison with federal, state and local agencies involved with equal opportunity compliance in employment and education.
· Promote the professional growth and development of our members.
· Sponsor education and training programs.
· Sponsor and conduct research.
The AAAA is composed of individuals and organizations from the public and private sectors, business, social service, legal, government, and education. Founded in 1974, the Association provides training and educational programs to promote the professional growth and development of its 1,000 individual and corporate members.
Photo caption: ReNee Dunman, immediate past president of AAAA and Assistant Vice President, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity at Old Dominion University congratulates Gregory Chambers, DRBA EEO/AA and Diversity Manager (pictured right) on his election to serve a two-year term as President of the American Association for Affirmative Action. The ceremony took place at the Association’s Access, Equity and Diversity Summit and Annual Meeting held in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Photo of Greg Chambers and ReNee Dunman