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o managed a training program that enabled the brigade to achieve a 97.8% training status and support the Army's efforts to implement the SHARP initiative
o trained 12 members of the Security Force Assistance Advisor Team (SFAAT) on SHARP intervention prior to deployment to Afghanistan
o provided assistance and mentorship for nine EOL's and seven SHARP Specialists, achieving a diverse work climate throughout the brigade
O SUCCESSFULLY CREATED, ADMINISTERED, AND REVEIWED COMMAND CLIIMATE SURVEYS FOR 388TH MED BN AND DOWNTRACE UNITS.
O CONDUCTED FOCUS GROUP SESSIONS TO ENHANCE COMMUNICATION AND UNIT COHESION.
O LED CLASSES ON PREVENTING/RECOGNIZING SEXUAL HARRASMENT, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY, CONSIDERATION OF OTHERS, PERCEPTION, AND COMMUNICATION ENSURING A EO FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL SOLDIERS.
O WORKED WITH EO ADVISOR TO ENSURE CURRENT REGULATIONS AND POLICIES WERE ON HAND AND AVAILABLE TO THE SOLDIERS.
o led by example, fostered most united bn in division; battalion had least reported EO incidents in division
o established 214th CBS-T Equal Opportunity presence throughout Southern Afghanistan as Division Equal Opportunity Advisor
o embraced the role of primary EO Advisor, coordinated many ethnic/special observances, instructed equal opportunity leaders course
o created and promoted recreational activities marking minority obervances and celebrating diversity for Kandahar Airfield
o led by example and encouraged equal treatment and opportunity for all Soldiers; climate assessment indicated improved morale and increased understanding of and support for Army policies
o ensured the Equal Opportunity programs for both the 214th CBS-T, and all subordinate and sister units ran smoothly
o supported the implementation of the Knowledge Management Committee that organized the 214th CBS-T portal used by the downtrace and associate units
o served on the 214th CBS-T awards board as a regular member, reviewed awards command-wide, presented over 140 awards
o developed and conducted in-processing briefing for newly arrived soldiers
o provided policy letters and guidance to units in the downtrace and outside of the 214th for establishing EO boards
o served as the EO Advisor for the Joint Sustainment Command, Afghanistan, fostered an atmosphere of understanding, trust, and tolerance