Ms. Parker is the President and Legislative Chair of Chapter 228 of the US Department of Energy (DOE), National Treasury Employees Union; the Chair of the Department of Energy Workplace Improvement Network; and A Senior Advisor to the Office of Nuclear Energy, Office of the Chief Operating Officer. Ms. Parker also served as the Co-Chair of the US Department of Energy Labor-Management Forum. Ms. Parker’s leadership, guidance, and expertise derived from her leadership roles in the Federal Government.
Ms. Parker is an Innovative Visionary, Goal-Oriented, Mission Focus, Executive who has served 25 years of her Federal Government Career in leadership positions that have empowered her with the skills, tools, and the knowledge required to lead and manage people and changes; and to manage department, organization, office and bureau changes. She has served her entire career in the Federal Government working in numerous leadership positions between the Department of Energy and the Department of States. Her leadership roles have equipped her with expertise, knowledge, skills, understanding, and experience in contract management and negotiation; critical decision making; leading people and changes, as well as implementing solutions to foster a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Ms. Parker has successfully led and implemented departmental, organizational, office, and bureau changes; led and managed people and changes; as well as empowered and motivated people. Her knowledge and skills have allowed her to implement and negotiate significant changes successfully; successfully identify solutions as well as effectively implement ethical solutions with the intention of “eliminating" and drawing awareness to unethical challenges, unconscious biases, dilemmas, and obstacles in the workplace. Ms. Parker works diligently to foster an inclusive workplace that is free of discrimination as well as diligently advocating for Federal Government Employees’ rights and privileges, which inspires her to stay abreast of newfound information for States, Federal, and Local Legislators, Acts, Statutes, Policies, and Procedures.
Ms. Parker's expertise entails Project Management; Procurement and Contract Management; Property Management and Accountability; Budget Execution and Formulation; Human Resource Management, as well as managing sections of the Department of State Domestic and Foreign Affairs Handbooks and Manuals. Ms. Parker initiated, formed, and served as the Chair for the Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Energy Diversity Council; and she served as the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Program Manager.
Ms. Parker is knowledgeable of Foreign Affairs; Foreign and Domestic Policy and Procedures; Federal Laws, Orders, Policies, Statutes, and Procedures; Equal Employment Opportunity Policies and Procedures; Labor-Management Relations, Policies, and Procedures; Travel Laws, Policies and Procedures; Procurement Policies and Procedure; and Budget and Financial Policies and Procedures. Ms. Parker is also knowledgeable of The Family Medical Leave Act; Leave Policies and Procedures; The Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as other Federal Policies, Acts, Statutes, and Procedures that influences the work-life balance of Federal Government Employees.
Ms. Parker holds a Master of Arts in Political Science/Comparative Government and Development from the American Public University System; and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administrations/Management from the University of Phoenix.
Ms. Parker is a member of the Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society in Social Sciences; The Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement; The Honors Society; Blacks in Government; and Federally Employed Women.
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19901 Germantown Road
Kim A. Parker, President
(1) 3.5% pay increase(2) Parental leave benefit of 12 weeks of paid leave for new parents
NTEU will continue fighting for YOU! However, NTEU cannot WIN without your support! Therefore, I urge you to stand with NTEU and ME as we continue fighting for Chapter 228, you, our rights and our Collective Bargaining Agreement. DOE Management wants to divide our contract that is based on 40 years of collective bargaining at DOE. DOE Management has proposed actions that would take away your rights and benefits, that will reduce your flexiplace privileges, that will punish your union leaders and stewards, and that will put Chapter 228 in damage! DOE Management working towards preventing NTEU from advocating for DOE employees and their rights. NTEU "AND YOU" need to take action together to protect our contract, our rights, and our quality of work-life. Stay observant. Stay tuned. Stay united.
Working Together, We Will Win.
KIM A. PARKER
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