Pacific DMEO


Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity

Our Vision

For DoDEA to be the model employer with a diverse workforce founded upon equality of opportunity.

Our Mission

To provide technical and professional advice to DoDEA's worldwide workforce in accordance with Title VII and all applicable EEO regulatory guidelines which safeguard the workplace from discrimination based on race, color, sex, National Origin, age, disability, religion, and reprisal.

 

DMEO Guiding Principles

DMEO's guiding principles are trust and respect for all people; equal access to employment, training, and pay for quality performance; development of partnerships with internal functional departments within DoDEA and other DoD components; and continuance of new and motivating challenges to inspire excellence in the workplace.

  • We believe that all people are entitled to respect in the workplace and equal access to employment opportunities, regardless of race, color, sex (including sexual orientation), National Origin, age, disability, religion, or reprisal.
  • We strive to maintain a workplace free from all forms of harassment.
  • We promote excellence in the workplace through development of partnerships with internal functional organizations within DoDEA and other DoD components.

 

For more information:

 

Pacific DMEO

Pacific DMEO

Mr. Omar Zeciri, Region EEO Complaints Manager EEO Counselor for Pacific South & West District
DSN: 644-5895
US: 011-81-98-953-5895
Local: 098-953-5895
Email:  Omar.Zeciri@dodea.edu 

Ms. Lucy Sabanal, EEO Specialist
EEO Counselor for Pacific East District
DSN:  225-6175
US:  011-81-311-755-6175
Local:  042-552-2510, ext. 56175
Email:  Lucy.Sabanal@dodea.edu 

Marco Bagnas, Disability/Diversity
Program Manager
DSN: 644-5656
US: 011-81-98-953-5656
Local: 098-953-5656
Email:  Marco.Bagnas@dodea.edu 

 


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