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Justice, Fairness, Inclusion, and Performance.

Kimberly Walton

MEMBER SINCE: 2020

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History of Employment

Position
Division
Organization
Start
End
Executive Assistant Administrator
Enterprise Support
Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security
2017
2022
Assistant Administrator
Civil Rights&Liberties, Ombudsman and Traveler Engagement
Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security
2012
2017
Special Counselor
Administrator Office
Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security
2006
2011
Ombudsman
Administrator Office
Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security
2003
2006
Deputy Special Counselor
Administrator Office
Transportation Security Administration, Department of Homeland Security
2006
2006
Deputy Chief Administrative Officer
Office of Chief Financial Officer
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Department of Commerce
2000
2003
Director of Civil Rights
Office of the Secretary
Department of Commerce
1997
2000
Compliance Division Director
Office of Civil Rights
Department of Commerce
1994
1997
Attorney
Office of Federal Operations
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
1990
1994
Primary Policy Areas

Civil Rights and Liberties, Disability Rights, Gender Policy, Government Operations/Innovation, Homeland Security, National Security, Transportation

Primary Sector of Expertise

Federal

Primary Functions

Change Management, Human Capital, Organizational Structure/Design/Development, Performance Measurement, Risk Management, Strategic Planning

Management Matters Podcast

Grand Challenge: Foster Social Equity

DEIA in Public Service with Kim Walton

Season: 1 Episode:109 | May 16, 2022

Show Notes:

On this episode, we welcome Kim Walton, Former Executive Assistant Administrator of Transportation Security Administration and Academy Fellow to discuss her lessons learned for implementing effective Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) policies and how federal agencies can meet new DEIA standards through maturity models and other means.