Tuesday, February 14, 2012

How to Reduce the Incarceration Rate of Men of Color. What Works?

The Southern Leadership Conference (SCLC) Prince George's County Chapter presents a community forum on:

How to Reduce the Incarceration Rate of Men of Color. What Works?

Saturday, February 18, 2012
Registration: 8:30am
Forum: 9am - 2pm

Central Baptist Church of Camp Springs
5600 Old Branch Avenue
Camp Springs, Maryland

Keynote Speaker:
Mark Mauer
Executive Director, The Sentencing Project
Author, "Race to Incarceration"

Walter B. Ridley
President/CEO, The Ridley Group and Associates, LLC

The discussion panel focus will be on:
■The Role of the Black Church;
■Public Policy and its impact;
■The Role of Civil Rights and Other Community Organizations; and
■The Role of the criminal Justice System.

Online Registration: http://www.scpcpgc.org. RSVP by Wednesday, February 15, 2012. Light continental breakfast will be served.

2012 AAFEA Training Workshop

The African American Federal Executive Association, Inc. invites you to attend the 2012 Training Workshop, April 30 - May 2, 2012 in Newport News, VA at the Newport News Marriott at City Center.

This three day event features workshops and presentations that focus on the programs, policies, practices and processes that promote career-enhancing opportunities and the core subjects critical for becoming members of SES. More than 800 federal employees have benefited from AAFEA's mission and our workshop leaders include current and retired members of the SES, Ivy League faculty, and corporate executives.

AAFEA is pleased to announce that the Honorable John Berry, Director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has agreed to speak at the 2012 AAFEA Training Workshop. Many other distinguished speakers are also scheduled to attend.

This workshop is intended for government employees and military personnel. The sessions are geared towards professionals with experience at the GS-13 and above level (or equivalent outside the federal government). AAFEA membership is not required to attend the workshop and all leadership aspirants, regardless of ethnicity are welcome.

If you have any questions or for more information please contact 1-866-600-4984 or WWW.AAFEA.ORG.

2012 AAFEA Fellows Program

AAFEA is now accepting applications for the 2012 AAFEA Fellows Program. The AAFEA Fellows Program is an executive mentoring program designed to cultivate knowledge in the next generation of Federal Government Executives and professionals.

The goal of this program to provide one-on-one consultation for current job issues or aspirations, guidance for professional development opportunities, networking opportunities for those of "like minds", support with preparing ECQs for SES job applications, exposure to high level government activities and active involvement with the African American Federal Executive Association.Executive mentoring is a key component of succession planning within the ranks of the Federal Government. Specific program components include attendance at the Congressional Black Caucus Conference in September and participation in "A Day on the Hill," meeting with Congressional members and attending hearings. The program has proven to be an asset to both the Fellows and the mentors as we aspire to meet our organization's goal of preparing qualified minorities in the Federal Government for the Senior Executive Service.

We invite AAFEA members in grades GS-14 or GS-15 (or military equivalent) to consider applying. Please note you must be a current, financial member of AAFEA and a member of the federal civil service. To apply, please download and complete the application. The Fellows Program application as well as a resume and a cover letter/letter of interest are required.

The complete application is due by close of businessFebruary 17, 2012.New Fellows and mentors will be notified in March 2011 and officially announced at the AAFEA Annual Training Workshop in April 2012. The AAFEA Fellows Program will run from May 2012 through April 2013.

Please contact us with your questions regarding the application or the Fellows program (http://www.aafea.org/fellows.html). We can be reached via email or at 866-600-4894.

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Noel Mueller, International Law Enforcement Advisor with DynCorp International under contract with the U.S. State Department, International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Office. He is assigned to the Iraqi Ministry of Interior, Inspector General's Office.

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Noel Mueller (BA-Admin of Justice '94; JD Catholic University '99)