EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - David L. Mullin
[B.S., graduate work (education); Albion, Nebraska; November, 19661
Principal duties: Professional administration of the Iowa Civil Rights Act; development and administration of programs pursuant to policies set by the commissioners; supervision of staff members; coordination of staff activities and of program planning; preparation and administration of the commission budget; responsible for public relations, promoting compliance with the Iowa Civil Rights Act, liaison with public and private agencies, and for directing the drafting of legislation at the request of the commission. Reports to the commission.
COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR - Dorothy P. Wilkerson
[B.A. (social sciences), J.D. (law); Charleston, S.C.; July 1968]
Principal duties: Chief investigator of the commission; direct supervision of investigation and conciliation; establishment of necessary rapport with both the complainants and the respondents - - as well as with community leaders, civic groups, and minority groups; supervision of two field representatives; program planning in the area of compliance. Reports to the executive director.
RESEARCH & EDUCATION DIRECTOR - Kermit L. Dunahoo
[B.S. (business), M.S. (government); Zearing, Iowa; September, 1967]
Principal duties: Preparation of the annual report, quarterly newsletter, and special-purpose publications; program planning in the area of affirmative action; public information officer for informational requests; development and maintenance of the commission library of resource materials; preparation of background or back-up information for use by the commissioners and staff members in compliance and public relations activities. Reports to executive director.
E.E.O.C. PROJECT DIRECTOR - Nancy A. Bragg
[B.A., M.A. (music), J.D. (law); Linden, Iowa; September, 1968]
Principal duties: General administration of the project; preparation of monthly progress reports and quarterly financial reports to be sent to the E.E.O.C.; compilation of manpower resources surveys and of background data on companies selected for review; preparation of questionnaires, commission charges, and conciliation agreements; investigation of total employment policies and practices of "target" companies; assistance in coordination with other state agencies to provide equal opportunity in state contracts. Reports to executive director.
FIELD REPRESENTATIVES (2)
- Roger A. Maxwell
[B.A., graduate work (music education); Marshalltown, Iowa; February, 1968]
- Thomas D. McMillen
[B.S. (mathematics), J.D. (law); Syracuse, New York; November, 1968]
Principal duties: Investigation of complaints; participation in conciliatory efforts; establishment of necessary rapport with both the complainants and the respondents -- as well as with community leaders, civic organizations, and minority groups. Reports to compliance director.