Learn about the new EEOC chair, Ms. Victoria A. Burrows, and her impressive background in employee rights and civil rights.
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Did you know that the EEOC has a new Chair? Not only is the depth of Ms. Burrows’ background impressive, but her steadfast commitment to employee rights and civil rights is refreshing (given the previous appointment of a management-side attorney in this role). Ms. Burrows’ background is more consistent with the EEOC’s mission. Kudos.

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  1. Markeith Tucker

    Hello, Good morning Mrs. Collins. I’m Markeith Tucker and inquiring to retain Lawyer for wrongful termination, retaliation and Racial discrimination. I have EEOC Charge # 564-2023-00168. I have been waiting on my Right to Sue Letter to be issued. It’s been under Federal investigation for almost year and Spoke with my investigator Mr. Anthony W. Weiche out Oklahoma city, office. Felt I’ve been misrepresented under 18 U.S. code 1505; Obstruction of proceeding before department agencies and committees along withholding my Right To Sue Letter, so I can retain Legal Help. (580)291-3659.

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Heather M. Collins is an experienced civil rights and employment law attorney who has dedicated her career to protecting the rights of employees.

She has represented clients in a wide range of employment-related matters, including discrimination, harassment, and retaliation claims.

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