Staff Sgt. Erin Bradley and Jacquetta Gray-Brown, 375th Air Mobility Wing Equal Opportunity Office, are this week’s “Showcase on ICE” team. They volunteered to test a new Equal Employment Opportunity process to shorten the average complaint processing time from 430 days to 120. The first “test” complaint recently concluded in 75 days at a potential cost savings of $55,000 and received a “well done” from Air Force Civilian Appellate Review Office. Gray-Brown handled the case, so Bradley took on additional teaching and briefing tasks so that she could concentrate on resolving the complaint. Their teamwork and attention to detail ensured that the Equal Opportunity office passed two by-law inspections with no deficiencies. They are the reason EO recently received the Inspector General “Team Appreciaton” certificate.
Staff Sgt. Erin Bradley and Jacquetta Gray-Brown, 375th Air Mobility Wing Equal Opportunity Office, are this week’s “Showcase on ICE” team. They volunteered to test a new Equal Employment Opportunity process to shorten the average complaint processing time from 430 days to 120. The first “test” complaint recently concluded in 75 days at a potential cost savings of $55,000 and received a “well done” from Air Force Civilian Appellate Review Office. Gray-Brown handled the case, so Bradley took on additional teaching and briefing tasks so that she could concentrate on resolving the complaint. Their teamwork and attention to detail ensured that the Equal Opportunity office passed two by-law inspections with no deficiencies. They are the reason EO recently received the Inspector General “Team Appreciaton” certificate. Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl
Staff Sgt. Erin Bradley and Jacquetta Gray-Brown, 375th Air Mobility Wing Equal Opportunity Office, are this week’s “Showcase on ICE” team. They volunteered to test a new Equal Employment Opportunity process to shorten the average complaint processing time from 430 days to 120. The first “test” complaint recently concluded in 75 days at a potential cost savings of $55,000 and received a “well done” from Air Force Civilian Appellate Review Office. Gray-Brown handled the case, so Bradley took on additional teaching and briefing tasks so that she could concentrate on resolving the complaint. Their teamwork and attention to detail ensured that the Equal Opportunity office passed two by-law inspections with no deficiencies. They are the reason EO recently received the Inspector General “Team Appreciaton” certificate. Photo by Senior Airman Megan Friedl

375th AMW “Showcase on ICE”

December 15, 2016 10:33 AM