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People of Public Service

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Vivian Chen

"I am proud to confront the issues of equity in our underserved communities. I believe we can all make a difference to improve the current ethnic and gender disparity in the federal government. It's when we achieve racial and gender equity will we have a diverse workforce to meet the needs of the communities we serve."

USDA Forest Service, Senior Director of the EMS

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Tarita Bennett

"Working as a public servant enables me to use my diplomacy skills to impact change in dealing with so many different people, priorities, and personalities."

USAID, Bureau for Management, Communications Director

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Sai Muddasani

"I'm proud to be a public servant because I get to share the stories, histories, & cultures tied to some of the world’s greatest artistic achievements with the American people. I learn so much from my colleagues, and it’s my honor to amplify their scholarship & hard work through social media & communications."

Social Media Specialist, Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution

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Gary Norman

"Public service is truly a calling. As a blind person, I could not serve in the military, but I consider my federal career as my military service. I am gifted at bringing together diverse thought leaders and brokering visionary outcomes and deliverables."

CMS, OEOCR, Attorney Advisor

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Brandon Jubar

"I am proud to be a “Section 508 Evangelist,” advocating for accessible technology and digital content, while changing the culture at the Department of Labor. I motivate and inspire my coworkers to work towards providing services and resources that are much more accessible to people with disabilities."

Department of Labor, Office of the CIO, Branch Chief of Quality Management