BIG Experience host: Mr. J. David Reeves, Blacks In Government National President, will host Sue Webster, as guest this Thursday at 11:00am. Join us as we discuss with Sue, Federally Employed Women, the Organization of Choice for Leadership, Equity, and the Advancement of Women
Women make up a significant percentage of persons in the Federal workforce, and while their roles are often essential, through the years, their talents have often been overlooked. Federally Employed Women (FEW) seeks to advocate for equity for all women in the Federal government. This program will discuss the issues and challenges faced by women employed in the Federal workforce as well as challenges faced by women throughout the country. Additionally, it will highlight some of the activities planned for the National Training Conference for Federally Employed Women in Orlando, Florida July 20-24, 2009.
Sue Webster Federally Employed Women
Sue was elected as National President for the term July 2008 to July 2010. She is assigned to the Mission Support Services Department serving on the Lean/Continuous Improvement Core Team at the Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, in Crane, Indiana, an activity of the Naval Sea Systems Command. She is a lifetime member and has long been active in FEW, holding Chapter, Regional, and National offices, most recently serving as Executive Vice President for the past two years. She received the 1995 Barbara Boardman Tennant award for outstanding service to FEW and was the recipient of the 2004 State of Indiana Women’s Commission Torchbearer Award (Volunteerism) for her work for FEW. She holds a Master’s Degree from Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis. She is a native Hoosier hailing from Ellettsville, Indiana.