Dr. Anthony W. Wade

Immediate Past President, NAHRW

Dr. Anthony W. Wade is the Director of Human Relations for the City of Greensboro, North Carolina. By Ordinance, he also serves as the Executive Director for both the City’s Human Relations Commission and the Commission on the Status of Women. A retired military veteran, Dr. Wade's military career includes serving as the Director of Equal Opportunity Treatment/Human Relations Education (EOT/HRE) for Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado. His civilian career history includes serving as Manager of Employment, Compensation, Equal Opportunity, and Community Outreach for Denver Water in Denver, Colorado, Interim Director of Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department, and Human Relations Director for New Hanover County Government in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Mr. Wade's expertise as an advisor, trainer, and facilitator has been utilized by many organizations including, but not limited to, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the African-American Leadership Institute, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Colorado Workplace Equity Coalition, The Academy of Human Resources Development, United States Air Force, Indiana Consortium of State and Local Human Rights Agencies, and the U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Elizabeth Mauck

President Elect, NAHRW

Elizabeth Mauck has been an employee of Pinellas County Government – Office of Human Rights for the past 15 years.  During these 15 years, she has been a member in good standing of NAHRW.  She has served on the Executive Board in the capacity of Secretary for two terms.  She also served in the capacity of a Board member.  It has been her pleasure to serve on the Membership Committee, By-Laws Committee, the Nominating Committee, and currently serves as the Chair for the Conference Committee. 

 

Elizabeth is a member of the local NAHRW Florida Chapter (FACRP – Florida Association of Community Relations Professionals).  She is a certified Meeting and Event Planner.  Elizabeth is proud to say that she has been happily married to the same wonderful and caring man for 30+ years. 

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