Clarence A. Johnson
The Director is responsible for the development and coordination of diversity management and equal opportunities
policies and programs affecting all DoD civilian employees and military personnel within DoD worldwide.
F. Michael Sena
The Deputy Director assists the Director in the oversight of all diversity and inclusion programs, as well as managing
the day-to-day operations of the Office of Diversity Management and Equal Opportunity (ODMEO).
The Military Equal Opportunity & DEOMI Liaison serves as the staff point of contact for policy and matters regarding
the Department of Defense Military Equal Opportunity Program and links the DEOMI mission to the Military
Randy D. Cooper
The Director of Disability Programs develops and promulgates policies and programs for the direction and enforcement
of Federal laws and regulations concerning disability programs and the elimination of architectural and other barriers
for individuals with disabilities, including Veterans. Additionally, the Director of Disability Programs serves as the
primary spokesperson for DoD on matters pertaining to the employment of individuals with disabilities.
The Director of Equal Employment Opportunity is the advisor on all issues relating to the Civilian Equal Employment
Opportunity Program throughout the Department, including coordinating with the EEO Directors from the components
and Military Services and representing DoD with the EEOC, Department of Justice, and other federal inter-agency
The Director of DoD Diversity and Inclusion programs provides oversight and strategic guidance to Diversity and
Inclusion, Equal Opportunity and Equal Employment Opportunity specialists across the Department.
Colonel Mary L. Martin
On June 17, COL Mary L. Martin took command of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute as the new
Commandant. Col. Martin first entered active duty in the enlisted ranks as an administrative specialist. She later
received a regular Army commission from Georgia Military College as part of the Army’s Early Commissioning Program.
After completing her degree requirements from Georgia College, she then entered active duty as an Adjutant
General Corps officer.