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Is EEOC Mediation a Real Game Changer for Employment Discrimination Charges?

  • April 21, 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Zoom


  • There is a $10 fee for non-members
  • There is no fee for FPHRA members to attend.

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SPEAKER: Marvin Frazier, ADR Coordinator, EEOC


Discussion of the benefits in resolving employment discrimination charges through EEOC’s ADR Program and that may lead to gaining information that could improve workplace employee morale, employee and employer communications and work environment. Also, discover the best practices for participating in an EEOC mediation.

Learning Objectives: Inform audience of the advantages to participating in EEOC’s ADR Program to resolve workplace employment discrimination charges and how-to effectual access and utilize the process.

SPEAKER BIO: Marvin C. Frazier


United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Miami District Office

                         100 SE 2nd Street, 15th Floor

Miami, Florida 33131

Telephone: (786) 648-5850

Facsimile: (305) 808-1843

E-mail:  marvin.frazier@eeoc.gov

Marvin C. Frazier is the Federal Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Coordinator and Mediator with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) Miami District Office. As ADR Coordinator, his primary responsibility is the supervision of internal mediators and monitoring external mediators’ contracts. He provides expert mediation knowledge and coordinates a unified Alternative Dispute Resolution and mediation program that provides involved parties with alternative means to resolve disputes.

Mr. Frazier been employed more than four decades with the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) as an investigator and supervisor at EEOC’s Miami Florida, Tampa, Florida, and Atlanta, Georgia offices enforcing Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Equal Pay Act. Prior to his 1999 return to EEOC’s Miami District Office as a Federal ADR Mediator, he served four (4) years as Director of EEOC’s Savannah, Georgia office where he supervised

investigators’ investigations, issued decisions in cases investigated, conducted negotiation and conciliation activities, provided outreach training to public and private employers and recommended cases for litigation to EEOC’s Atlanta District Office’s Legal Unit. During his tenure as an EEOC investigator and management official Mr. Frazier investigated and supervised investigations of several hundred cases involving employment discrimination.

As an EEOC Federal ADR mediator, Mr. Frazier mediated more than 2000 employment discrimination cases.


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