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9.3.05
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7.15.05
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ABLE'N is a public- and private-sector human resources management consulting firm that brings, through its associates, over 350 years of professional, technical, or legal experiences in the relevant areas of equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, workforce diversity, disability awareness and sensitivity, sexual harassment, or correcting barriers to previously disadvantaged groups in employment or advancement, and successfully withstanding challenges in state and federal courts. Kitty Clark Stevenson, President of ABLE'N, started the company in 1981 bringing tailored human resources management approaches to an employer's vision for enabling superior performance among a qualified, diverse workforce where all can do their best work, and began her affiliation with the USDA Graduate School as an Associate Faculty member.

Kitty Clark Stevenson, President

Kitty Clark Stevenson has developed and conducted training seminars on topics relative to several areas of Human Resources Management. Ms. Stevenson began a professional Federal career in the field of Equal Employment Opportunity in 1972.

In 1981, she started a consulting firm where she planned, developed, and conducted training seminars for managers and supervisors on employment and placement policies, including sexual harassment and affirmative action plan development.

Ms. Stevenson is a certified WINDMILLS trainer, and has trained persons with disabilities, employees and personnelists, in the public and private sectors, on disability awareness and sensitivity issues. She served Arlington County, Virginia Government for fifteen years as the Selective Placement Program Manager in the Department of Personnel responsible for the development and implementation of the organization's employment program for persons with disabilities. Ms. Stevenson served as the Senior Executive Vice President of American Building Services Corporation (the company is no longer operational), a community-based 501(c)(3) tax exempt, nonprofit organization specializing in training and employment programs for persons with disabilities.

Finally, she is the President of ABLE'N, a human resources consulting firm specializing in human resources management and training on disability awareness and sensitivity, equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and workforce diversity for public and private sector employers. Ms. Stevenson is a certified trainer for TEACHING SKILLS AND CULTURAL COMPETENCY with the National Multicultural Institute, and has trained in public and private sector organizations on workforce diversity and multiculturalism. As a certified mediator from the Center for Dispute Settlement, Ms. Stevenson provides alternative dispute mediation services.

Professional affliations include:

  • National Association for Public Sector Equal Opportunity Officers (NAPSEO)
  • National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA)
  • National Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
  • Member, Arlington Chamber of Commerce
  • Leadership Arlington 2003
  • DUNS 128597775

 

 

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