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   19901 Germantown Road   

   Germantown Maryland

   NTEUChapter228@DOE.gov

  


Barry Clark, President


​Only with the support of our current loyal Union Members and a large influx of new Members can we provide the most effective representation possible.

NTEU Chapter 228 Officers 

Ms. Parker is an Innovative Visionary, Goal-Oriented, Mission Focus, Self-Motivated Executive who has served 25 years in numerous Federal Government leadership positions that have empowered her with the skills, tools, and knowledge needs to lead and manage people, a department, an organization, and a bureau. 

 Ms. Parker is an Executive Vice President and Legislative Chair of Chapter 228 of the U.S. Department of Energy, National Treasury Employees Union, the Co-Chair for the U.S. Department of Energy Labor-Management Forum, Chair for the U.S, Department of Energy Workplace Improvement Network;

Ms. Parker’s leadership, guidance, and expertise comprises from her previous leadership role as an Executive Committee member on the DOE Workplace Improvement Forum Executive Committee; a Co-Chair of the DOE Labor-Management Forum Steering Committee and Metrics Committee; a Writing Expert on the Forum Writing Committee; the Chair of the Office of Nuclear Energy Diversity Council; an Executive Committee member on the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity Committee; a Loaned Executive for the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital; and a Writing Executive on the DOE Contracting Officer and Contracting Officer Representative Role and Responsibility Team/DOE Deputy Secretary Summit Committee.

 Ms. Parker appreciates advocating for federal employees; therefore, to ensure she keeps abreast of newfound policies and procedures; she in the Honors Master of Political Science Program at the American Public University System.

Kim A. Parker

Executive Vice-President

Mr. Clark earned a Bachelors Degree in Biology and a Masters in Aquatic Ecology from the State University of New York at Buffalo after which he taught Invertebrate Zoology at that same institution. He then worked at a private consulting company where he developed and carried out investigations of the environmental impacts of nuclear power plants on the Great Lakes. 

Mr. Clark began his career with the Federal Government in 1978 with the Department of the Interior’s (DOI) offshore oil and gas exploration and development program as a marine biologist (Los Angeles California) and a fisheries biologist (Cape Cod Massachusetts). During more than 12 years with DOI investigating the environmental impacts of offshore oil and gas operations he also worked in the Gulf of Mexico, Alaska, and all 7 States on the Eastern Seaboard. 

To date Mr. Clark has worked an additional 26 years with the Department of Energy as an environmental protection specialist and physical scientist in the former Office of Environment Safety and Health and the Office of Environmental Management. The first 11 years were equally divided between staff and management positions rising to a position equivalent to a Deputy Assistant Secretary. 

For the past 15 years Mr. Clark has served as a Chief Steward, Vice President, and is now in his 6th consecutive 2-year term as Chapter 228 President. Now more than ever the Union is critical in the effort to push back against the myriad attempts to put our jobs, salaries, and benefits at risk.