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Ms. Patricia McMahon serves as the Program Manager-Outreach & Technical Assistance for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)-Denver Field Office.
Ms. McMahon serves as speaker, presenter, and panelist concerning technical aspects of EEOC’s policies and procedures. She oversees and coordinates message development, communications planning, media relations, and event planning for the EEOC-Denver Field Office. She serves as the EEOC-Denver Field Office congressional liaison and chair of the annual Denver Technical Assistance Program Seminar.
In addition, she serves as Conference Chair for the annual multi-agency Pathways to Respecting American Indian Civil Rights Conference, and co-chair of the Federal Inter-Departmental Task Force on Civil Rights. She serves on the workshop and marketing committees of the annual EEOC EXCEL conference.
Ms. McMahon speaks on topics of interest to stakeholder communities at numerous conferences and symposiums. Organizations requesting Ms. McMahon include the National Organization for Mexican American Rights, Federally Employed Women, University of Colorado-Leeds School of Business, Metropolitan State University, Society of Human Resource Management, Higher Education Diversity Summit, Colorado County Attorney’s Association, ADA National Network and the annul EEOC EXCEL Conference.
Ms. McMahon serves on the White House Initiative on Asian American and Pacific Islanders and is a founding member of the Metro Interagency Transition Team.
Ms. McMahon began her career as an investigator with EEOC in 1989, immediately after graduating Metropolitan State University of Denver with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology. She was hired under the Outstanding Scholars Program.
She is the author of two books. One is detective fiction and the other humor fiction.