Command Managed Equal Opportunity (CMEO)

As Command Managed Equal Opportunity, he had a direct and positive impact on the mission success of the USS Constitution greatly encouraging Sailors while increasing their knowledge and awareness of 12 command heritage events. In addition, he led and mentored 13 Sailors across five workcenters resulting in ten advancements, seven BJOQ, and four JSOQ selections.


Active and dedicated CMEO, he assisted in coordinating and leading five DEOMI Command Assessment surveys, facilitated multiple focus groups that resulted in the identification and planned resolution of concerns. Climate assessment results from over 200 personnel revealed improved morale and increased understanding of Navy Policies. In addition, he coordinated three Command Don't Ask Don't Tell (DADT) Tier 2 and 3 training sessions for more than 300 military and civilians resulting in 100% compliance with the CNO directive.


As Command CMEO, she administered the Fall '16 Command Climate Survey, greatly increasing quality of life for all Naval Region Hawaii personnel. She scheduled and led the Command's quarterly Navy Pride and Professionalism classes, facilitating over 100 hours of instruction to both SPAWAR HQ and System Center Pacific personnel.


Expertly advised the installation Commander on EO/SH policies and issues. She collaborated with other CCS's, CMEO Managers and civilian EEO personnel on the installation to develop and deliver briefings and recurring training to 2,300 Sailors and Civilians on all Equal Opportunity matters. Her efforts resulted in a true climate of prevention resulting in zero formal complaints during her tenure.


Sought out by NAVOPSPTCEN Commanding Officers and Senior Enlisted Leaders for advice and guidance. As Assistant Regional Command Equal Opportunity (CMEO), he promoted and ensured a positive Equal Opportunity climate within the region. He addressed and adjudicated XX cases and provided training to XX CMEOs to include Plan of Action and Milestones for all functional areas. Further, he initiated XX command climate questionnaires and XX individual interviews.


AS CMEO MANAGER, SHE FOSTERED A POSITIVE EO ENVIRONMENT AND LED AN EXPERTLY TRAINED CAT TEAM THAT CONDUCTED THE 2017 DEOCS SURVEY AND FOCUS GROUPS.


As Assistant Command CMEO, he coordinated and organized 2 Command Climate Surveys and conducted 13 Equal Opportunity (EO) training sessions and 2 safety stand-downs. He was the driving force behind the first-ever inclusion of Japanese employees in the annual Command Climate Survey. Led a team of six Japanese and five USN personnel bringing a fresh perspective to our strong bilateral partnership.


AS THE CMEO REPRESENTATIVE FOR PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, SHE CONDUCTED TRAINING FOR 35 SEABEES TO ENSURE PWD NAPLES ADHERED TO THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF THE NAVY'S CORE VALUES. THE SURVEY WAS THE IDEAL MEANS TO GATHER INFORMATION ON ISSUES THAT MAY AFFECT THE COMMAND'S WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PROVIDED THE OPPORTUNITY AND MEANS FOR COMMUNICATION AND IMPROVEMENT.

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