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Meeting of September 22, 2022 - Shaping the EEOC’s Strategic Enforcement Priorities

Panel 1

  • Emily Martin, Vice President for Education and Workplace, National Women’s Law Center
  • Dariely Rodriguez, Deputy Chief Counsel, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
  • Darrell Gay, Partner, ArentFox Schiff
  • Judi Conti, Director of Government Affairs, National Employment Law Project

Panel 2

  • Emily Dickens, Chief of Staff and Head of Government Affairs, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
  • Linda Correia, President, National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA)
  • David Fortney, Co-Founder, Fortney & Scott
  • Eve Hill, Partner, Brown Goldstein & Levy

Panel 3

  • Chris Williams, Director of Litigation, National Legal Advocacy Network
  • Nick Reaves, Counsel, Becket
  • Manjusha Kulkarni, Executive Director, AAPI Equity Alliance
  • Holly Biglow, Government Affairs Director, AARP

Public Comments

The Commission will hold open the September 22, 2022 Commission meeting record for 15 days, and invites audience members, as well as other members of the public, to submit written comments on any issues or matters discussed at the meeting. Public comments may be mailed to Commission Meeting, EEOC Executive Officer, 131 M Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20507, or emailed to:

The comments you provide will be made available to members of the Commission and to Commission staff working on the matters discussed at the meeting. In addition, your comments may be disclosed to the public. By providing comments in response to this solicitation you are consenting to their use and consideration by the Commission and to their public dissemination. Accordingly, do not include any information in submitted comments that you would not want made public, e.g., home address, telephone number, etc. Also note that when comments are submitted by e-mail, the sender's e-mail address automatically appears on the message.