NAOMI D. CHURCHILL NAMED DIRECTOR OF FDIC'S OFFICE OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The FDIC announced today the appointment of Naomi D. Churchill as
the new Director of the agency's Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO).
She succeeds Mae Culp, who retired in April after nearly 10 years
as OEO Director.
Churchill is an attorney who since 1990 has been owner and
principal official of Churchill and Associates, a training and
management consulting firm located in Gaithersburg, MD. Prior to
starting her consulting firm, Churchill served as Director of Equal
Opportunity for the U.S. Department of Agriculture from 1987 to
As the FDIC's OEO Director, Churchill will lead a 40-person staff
that coordinates the agency's efforts in areas such as: equal
opportunity in hiring and promotion; EEO training and complaint
processing; and the fostering of opportunities for minority- and
women-owned businesses that want to do work for the FDIC. Her
appointment was effective May 31.
FDIC Chairman Andrew C. Hove, Jr., said today: "Naomi Churchill is
a dynamic and respected policymaker, motivator and alliance builder
in the field of equal employment opportunity. We are very
fortunate to have her serving as Director of the FDIC's Office of
Churchill is a native of Newport News, VA. She received a B.A.
degree in social work from Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA,
in 1972, an M.S. degree in education from Indiana University,
Bloomington, IN, in 1977, and a law degree from Catholic
University, Washington, DC, in 1982.