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EEOC Updates

  • 10 Jan 2024
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CST)
  • Dead Fish Grill 2207 Lake Rd Belton, TX


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  • EEOC Overview
  • Charge Statistics for Fiscal Year 2022
  • Strategic Enforcement Plan for FY 2024 – FY 2028
  • Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) (revised poster)
  • Artificial Intelligence


Ms. Lennox was appointed in January 2022, as the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) Philadelphia District Office and in November 2023, became the Outreach & Education Coordinator for the Dallas District Office and manages Regions including San Antonio, El Paso and surrounding areas, in outreach training and public affairs program.

Ms. Lennox is a member of the EEOC’s training workgroup, and which provides knowledge and skills training to agency investigators and staff. She is a recipient of myriad awards, which recently included as a recipient of the agency’s “Circle of Excellence Award” in 2021, which is the highest honor bestowed to a staff member by the Chair of EEOC. She began her federal career as a law enforcement officer with the U.S. Marshals Service. She also performed similar duties with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. In addition, she served in human resource management at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs where she was first introduced to EEO and created programs with the EEO management team.

Ms. Lennox began her twenty plus year career with the EEOC as an investigator in the Little Rock Area Office, located in Arkansas. She has also served as a senior investigator in Richmond, Virginia, and Oklahoma City Area Office, located in Oklahoma. As an investigator, she served as a Change Agent by successfully facilitating interaction between EEOC employees, union representatives and management to develop and implement EEOC pilot programs. She specialized in investigating high-profile, class action discrimination cases and was chosen to train her peers and shortly had a proven record as a highly rated EEO speaker and trainer having addressed thousands of individuals from diverse NGOs, advocacy, and worker organizations; employer organizations and professional associations; government agencies at all levels. Building on her stellar investigative skills, she was promoted to serve as a supervisor in 2014, along with serving as a senior member of the Enforcement management team in the Charlotte District Office’s Raleigh Area Office, located in the state of North Carolina. Ms. Lennox’s repertoire as a trainer includes all federal EEO laws enforced by EEOC; workplace harassment; fair hiring; race, color, national origin, and immigrant worker discrimination issues; gender and pregnancy discrimination; the ADA and reasonable accommodation; and diversity, implicit bias and allyship. Ms. Lennox also serves as a trainer with the EEOC National Training Institute with special certification as a trainer on Respect in the Workplace, a training program focused on respect, acceptable workplace conduct, and the types of behaviors that contribute to a respectful and inclusive workplace. She joined the Philadelphia District’s Baltimore Field Office in 2020. Ms. Lennox is amongst a select group of federal employees, appointed nationwide, to serve on the Regional Interagency Working Groups (RIWG) of the White House Initiative on Asian American, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (WHIAANHPI) which are entrusted with carrying out community relations and conducting educational events to AA, NH, and PI communities and a member of Regional Interdisciplinary Collaborative-Working to End Human Trafficking Region III team.

She is a graduate of both the University of Guam in the Marianas Islands where she studied Criminal Justice and the Southern Nazarene University, in Oklahoma, receiving her bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management.


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