Blacks In Government ®

National President 

 
Honorable Dr. Doris Sartor

                                             Honorable Dr. Doris P. Sartor

Dr. Doris P. Sartor was elected as the 2017-2018 National President of Blacks In Government, Inc. The mission of Blacks In Government, commonly called BIG, is to promote equity, excellence and opportunity through training and education for African Americans in local, state, and federal governments and provide opportunities for members/employees to have the ability to maximize their career opportunities and provide a mechanism for inclusion, growth and advocacy. Dr. Doris Sartor previously served the organization as a member of the National Board of Directors; National Executive Vice President; Region IV Council President; National Corporate Sponsorship Chair; and Chair of Program and Planning. She is a Gold Life Plus member of Blacks In Government and totally committed to its goals and objectives. 

Dr. Doris P. Sartor is currently employed at Maxwell Air Force Base in the Civilian Associate Degree program. Her expertise is in curriculum design and development. Dr. Sartor has planned and developed numerous courses such as the GS-15 Leadership Seminar; Sexual Assault Coordinators Course; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocates Course; EO Directors Course and Advanced and Basic Mediation courses. 

Dr. Doris P. Sartor has coordinated and conducted Racism and Disparate Treatment Forums throughout the country in various government agencies.  Forums allowed individuals to discuss charges of racist, disparate and inappropriate behavior toward them as minorities in the workplace. Forum results were analyzed and recommendations were provided to agencies to proactively address problem areas.  Dr. Sartor has coordinated forums and participated in meeting with agency heads agencies such as the US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District; Fort Benning, Georgia; and VA Medical Center, Fayetteville, North Carolina.

 Dr. Sartor was also the project manager for the following publications:

  •          Voter Plan of Action,
  •          Report on Discrimination and Solution Summit,
  •          Racism and Disparate Treatment in the Public Sector, and
  •          Affirmative Action and Beyond. 

As a Quality Advisor at Maxwell Air Force Base, Dr. Doris P. Sartor analyzed organizational continuous improvement operations and procedures.  She also performed consultant duties that included planning, evaluation, and maintaining quality principles in day-to-day operations; conducted research into quality phenomena using statistical and other scientific methods; and facilitated strategic planning efforts. 

During her career, Dr. Doris P. Sartor received many awards inside and outside of her field, inclusive of: the NAACP Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award; Blacks In Government Distinguished Service Hall of Fame; Exemplary Civilian Service Award; Distinguished Service Award; and twice received the Federal Employee of the Year Award.  In 2016, Dr. Sartor was recognized as one of five “Best of the Best” within Air University, by Lt Gen Roberson, AETC commander. 

As a seasoned leader, Dr. Doris Sartor has always asked, “What needs to be done? and focused on “What can and should I do to make a difference.”  She believes that leadership is making “That” difference, creating positive change, and getting things done.”
 
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                  National Organization of Blacks In Government® Past National Presidents

  • Honorable Ms. Darlene H. Young
  • Honorable Mr. J. David Reeves
  • Honorable Ms. Darlene H. Young
  • Honorable Mr. Gregg Reeves
  • Honorable Mr. Gerald R. Reed
  • Honorable Mr. Oscar Eason, Jr.
  • Mr. Marion Bowden
  • Honorable Ms. Rubye Fields
  • Mr. James Rogers
  • Ms. Mildred Goodman
  • Mr. Thomas Jenkins
  • Mr. Lonis Ballard
  • Honorable Ms. Ramona McCarthy**

**Never elected as National President, but served as the first President of the first charted chapter of BIG


Dr. Doris P. Sartor was elected as the 2017-2018 National President of Blacks In Government, Inc. The mission of Blacks In Government, commonly called BIG, is to promote equity, excellence and opportunity through training and education for African Americans in local, state, and federal governments and provide opportunities for members/employees to have the ability to maximize their career opportunities and provide a mechanism for inclusion, growth and advocacy. Dr. Doris Sartor previously served the organization as a member of the National Board of Directors; National Executive Vice President; Region IV Council President; National Corporate Sponsorship Chair; and Chair of Program and Planning. She is a Gold Life Plus member of Blacks In Government and totally committed to its goals and objectives.

 

Dr. Doris P. Sartor is currently employed at Maxwell Air Force Base in the Civilian Associate Degree program. Her expertise is in curriculum design and development. Dr. Sartor has planned and developed numerous courses such as the GS-15 Leadership Seminar; Sexual Assault Coordinators Course; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocates Course; EO Directors Course and Advanced and Basic Mediation courses.

 

Dr. Doris P. Sartor has coordinated and conducted Racism and Disparate Treatment Forums throughout the country in various government agencies.  Forums allowed individuals to discuss charges of racist, disparate and inappropriate behavior toward them as minorities in the workplace. Forum results were analyzed and recommendations were provided to agencies to proactively address problem areas.  Dr. Sartor has coordinated forums and participated in meeting with agency heads agencies such as the US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District; Fort Benning, Georgia; and VA Medical Center, Fayetteville, North Carolina.

 

Dr. Sartor was also the project manager for the following publications:

·        Voter Plan of Action,

·        Report on Discrimination and Solution Summit,

·         Racism and Disparate Treatment in the Public Sector, and

·         Affirmative Action and Beyond.

 

As a Quality Advisor at Maxwell Air Force Base, Dr. Doris P. Sartor analyzed organizational continuous improvement operations and procedures.  She also performed consultant duties that included planning, evaluation, and maintaining quality principles in day-to-day operations; conducted research into quality phenomena using statistical and other scientific methods; and facilitated strategic planning efforts.

 

During her career, Dr. Doris P. Sartor received many awards inside and outside of her field, inclusive of: the NAACP Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award; Blacks In Government Distinguished Service Hall of Fame; Exemplary Civilian Service Award; Distinguished Service Award; and twice received the Federal Employee of the Year Award.  In 2016, Dr. Sartor was recognized as one of five “Best of the Best” within Air University, by Lt Gen Roberson, AETC commander.

 

As a seasoned leader, Dr. Doris Sartor has always asked, “What needs to be done? and focused on “What can and should I do to make a difference.”  She believes that leadership is making “That” difference, creating positive change, and getting things done.”