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EEOC Appoints new San Francisco District Director and Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer

2022-02-07

Nancy Sienko and Sheila Clark are being appointed to key senior executive positions

Effective January 2, 2022, EEOC Chair Charlotte A. Burrows has selected Nancy Sienko as the new San Francisco District Office Director and Sheila Clark as the deputy chief human capital officer. 

As a tenured employee with EEOC since 1979, Nancy Sienko most recently served as the deputy director of the San Francisco District Office and previously as field director of both the Seattle and Denver field offices.  Seinko’s has provided expert technical expertise on EEOC laws, oversight and training to enforcement staff.  She holds a BA degree in English and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin, and a MS in Management from Cardinal Stritch University.

Sheila Clark has worked for EEOC since 2014 as a strategic advisor in human resources with an emphasis on cultivating a strong performance culture across the agency.  She has developed and implemented effective workforce strategies for employee engagement, inclusion, performance management, employee and labor relations, and human capital accountability.  Clark served in the Air Force, on active duty as a personnel specialist.  From there, she worked for the U.S. Capitol Police as a human resources specialist and moved to various other agencies within the federal government.  Prior to joining EEOC, she served as the Chief Human Capital Officer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) where she was responsible for managing the Human Capital Office.

Clark holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resources and certification in Human Resource Management from the University of Maryland University College. She is also an Alumni of the Harvard Kennedy School, Executive Leadership Program. 

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