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Mr. Brock's Resume' 

 

 

 

 

 

Education




Business Administration

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

 




1972

 

Business Administration
Robert Morris College, Pittsburgh, PA

 

1972

 

Interpersonal and Inter-group Conflict Resolving Techniques
Leadership Training Institute, Boston, MA

 

1972

 

 

 

General Studies
Peabody High School, 
Pittsburgh, PA

 

1969 

 

Experience

Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinator
Volkswagen of America, New Stanton, PA 

  • Volkswagen recruited Mr. Brock after experiencing tumultuous times related to the Black community, attacks by the local Black newspaper regarding its hiring practices, and threats of boycotts and marches at their gates, by Black community leaders
  • Established change and eased tensions through a solid communications link with people through appearances on television, radio, at public gatherings, and in newspaper reports
  • Responsible for the 10% minority representation on the workforce
  • Brought public outcries and demonstrations against Volkswagen by the press, the black community, and government agencies to a screeching halt
  • Was elected president and spokesperson for the black caucus, and who negotiated terms that Volkswagen agreed to behind closed doors, but denied at public meetings
  • Joined a $70 Million class action discrimination lawsuit against Volkswagen, then he was murdered later that day because he had the bulk of incriminating evidence against the automaker 

1977 - 1983

 

Self Employed
SHABALZ, Washington, PA 

  • Purchased bulk fish from a Pittsburgh wholesaler, and set up and service wholesale and retail buyers including private individuals in Western Pennsylvania, Northern West Virginia, and Eastern Ohio

1973 - 1977

 

Human Relations Representative
Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission,
 Pittsburgh, PA 

  • Responsible for hearing and investigating complaints of discrimination because of race, religion, sex, national origin, age in employment, education, and housing, including public accommodations
  • Where cause was found to credit the allegations of the complainants, adjust the disorder through conciliation, drafting of consent orders with the aid of counsel or securing damages
  • Area of specialization was housing discrimination conciliation. 
  • One of three key men who established the landmark agreement between the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission and the Greater Pittsburgh Board of Realtors

1972 - 1973

 

 

 

Procurement Officer
Community Action of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA  

  • Responsible for determining and purchasing the most efficient and economical sources of service and supplies such as contractors for construction and renovation of centers, furniture, and toy supplies
  • Responsible for seeing that the physical surroundings of all centers were in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws
  • Public relations work included negotiating contracts and supplies, discussing legality of physical surroundings with federal, state, and local officials. 
  • Responsible, along with the Director, for establishing five new centers in the Greater Pittsburgh area

1971 - 1972 

 

 

 

Community Worker
YMCA, 
Pittsburgh, PA 

  • Responsible for developing and implementing educational and recreational programs for deprived youth.
  • Represented the YMCA as Regional Director of Youth Organizations United of Washington, DC
  • Responsible for establishing interethnic group communications in the tri-state area consisting of Pennsylvania, New York, and West Virginia

1970 - 1971 

 

 

 

Assistant Supervisor
Mellon Bank, 
Pittsburgh, PA 

  • Responsible for processing of incoming transit from various banks and assisting the Unit Manager in training of new employees
  • Worked on the 1970 Arthur D. Little Survey to determine feasibility of decreasing the amount of currency flow into the United States

1969 - 1970 

 

 

Community Service





Active in Religious Affairs
Alpha Kappa Psi, 

 

 

Pittsburgh, PA

Skills



Management, Public Relations, and Industrial Relations

 

Professional Affiliations





President
NAACP, 
Washington County Branch