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AAOAmerican Academy of Ophthalmology
AAOAmerican Academy of Otolaryngology (Head & Neck Surgery)
AAOAmerican Association of Orthodontists
AAOAlpha and Omega
AAOAgainst All Odds
AAOAgainst All Odds (gaming clan)
AAOAge At Onset
AAOAmerican Academy of Optometry
AAOAll As One (various locations)
AAOAlert and Oriented
AAOAnglo-Australian Observatory
AAOAmerica's Army: Operations (game)
AAOAlumni Affairs Office (various schools)
AAOAmerican Academy of Osteopathy
AAOAll at Once
AAOAcademic Affairs Office (various schools)
AAOAffirmative Action Officer (various locations)
AAOArchives Association of Ontario
AAOAmerica's Army Operations (game)
AAOAustralian Army Orders
AAOAmino Acid Oxidase
AAOAm Angegebenen Ort (German)
AAOam angegebenen Ort
AAOApproved Acquisition Objective
AAOAnodic Alumina Oxide
AAOAssociation of Aviation Ordnancemen
AAOArmy Acquisition Objective
AAOAuthorized Acquisition Objective
AAOAdministrative Appeal Office (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services)
AAOAssociation des Amis des Oiseaux (French)
AAOAwake, Alert and Oriented (medical)
AAOAssociation des Archives de l'Ontario (French: Archives Association of Ontario)
AAOAcetaldehyde Oxime
AAOAirborne Area of Operation
AAOAudio, Acoustique et Ondes (French: Audio, Acoustics and Waves)
AAOArea Audit Office
AAOAdverse Assumption Obstacle
AAOAutonomous Aircraft Operations
AAOAmerican's Army: Operations (game)
AAOArmy Acquisition Organization
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She is also the university's Title IX coordinator and affirmative action officer. Lasher developed the university's first comprehensive sexual misconduct policy, as well as a first-year student initiative covering healthy relationships, consent and bystander intervention.
She is also the affirmative action officer at the firm and works closely with the executive director to help with budgets and the firm's annual professional-liability applications.
"I wrote and developed the first brochure in preventing sexual harassment when I was affirmative action officer for Greenwich, Connecticut.
Currently, the city's affirmative action officer is a person in the Human Resources Department who is only able to dedicate 5 percent of their time to that effort.
She served as the contractual affirmative action officer for the Village of Hempstead in Long Island.
Another participant added, "We have to learn that different does not mean inferior." Someone invoked the need to "move away from traditional either/or thinking" and replace it with "both/and thinking." An affirmative action officer stressed the importance of "mind-set shifts within the dominant culture." Kathy Lee summed up the sentiment among those present: Under the new regime of managing diversity, she said, "standards will not fall, but they will be different."
shortly after graduating from Stanford University in 1978, says "it was impressive at that time because the company had an affirmative action officer, and they went out of their way to recruit me.
He was formerly the affirmative action officer at Stanford University and served as the director of intergovernmental relations, Office of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, in Washington D.C.
As the affirmative action officer for Chicago's Fire Department, Commissioner Jones is also engaged in an urgent secular mission.
Suarez says a CDO and affirmative action officer "should be married together."
Fred Cowan, a fire inspector and the affirmative action officer for the Worcester Fire Department, was one of the 8 minority firefighters appointed after the 1984 lawsuit.
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