CSC Diversity Council slated to hold Roundtable Discussion in October

The New Jersey Statehouse and Capitol Building In Trenton

TRENTON – The New Jersey Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) state workforce Diversity Council will hold a virtual roundtable discussion on Thursday, October 7, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. A continuation of a topic discussed at the roundtable hosted in April of this year, this discussion is titled Gender Identity and Inclusion in the Workplace: A Continuing Dialogue.

The confirmed presenters for this Roundtable discussion include: 1) Leslie A. Farber, Esq., Secretary of the National Employment Lawyers of Association, New Jersey; 2) Robyn B. Gigl, Esq., Partner at Gluck Walrath, LLP in Freehold, New Jersey; 3) Noreen P. Kemether, Esq., Director of Internal Compliance, New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC).

“April’s roundtable discussion was very informative,” said Civil Service Commission Chair/CEO Deirdré Webster Cobb, Esq. “I am glad we are able to hold these types of discussions to help us better understand issues going on in our workforce, and I look forward to more events like this to come in the future.”

Those interested in attending this free event can register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CSCRoundtable. Registration will close on Monday, October 4, 2021, and the Zoom event link will be sent by Tuesday, October 5, 2021.
For more information about CSC’s Virtual Information Sessions, please email Charlie.Williams@csc.nj.gov or Joseph.Forte@csc.nj.gov.

For more information about the New Jersey Civil Service Commission, please visit: www.nj.gov/csc.

Information about the State Workforce Diversity Council:

In September 2019, under the direction of NJ Civil Service Commission Chair/CEO Deirdré Webster Cobb, the state workforce Diversity Council was formed. The Council serves as a State forum to facilitate diversity and inclusion training, developing programs, providing resource information, and making recommendations on issues related to the civil service workforce.

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