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Meeting of July 18, 2012 – Public Input into the Development of EEOC's Strategic Enforcement Plan

Julius Crouch
National Coalition for Equity in Public Service

Julius is currently serving as a member of the National Board of Directors of Blacks In Government. He previously served as the Chair of Blacks In Government’s National Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Committee. Julius is a founding member of The St. Louis Metropolitan Chapter and Region VII and has served Three terms as the chair of BIG’s National Board of Directors.

Julius is the CEO and Chief consultant of TRIAD Consultants, a diverse firm focusing on Management, Human Resources and Diversity issues. The firm’s primary focus has been in the public sector.

Julius is from Kinloch, Missouri, Where he attended Elementary and High School. He later attended Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri and Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia.

As a government employee Julius has had a varied and interesting career. He served eight (8) years on active duty with the U.S. Army and four (4) years as a Reservist. He attained the rank of Major while serving in the military. He has over 20 years of experience in Equal Opportunity and Human Resources, mostly with the Department of Army. He has also worked for the Department of Air Force and for the Office of the Secretary of Defense. His last assignment was as the Chief of Administrative Division, at the Logistics Systems Support Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Julius Retired from Federal service with over thirty-two (32) Years of government service.

Julius is a founding member and now serves as Executive Director for the National Coalition for Equity in Public Service (NCEPS) where he works with the leaders of our sister organizations.

Julius is active and/or involved with various Professional and Community organizations and is a Life Member of Blacks In Government, The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Lincoln University Alumni Association, Federally Employed Women, Society of American Indian Government Employees, and The NAACP.

Julius is married to Harriett Waldon-Crouch and has two children and four Grandchildren.