Jomoya S. Mobutu, is a Vietnam-era Veteran who was honorably discharge from the U.S. Navy after four years of military service where he achieved the rank of Second Class Petty Officer (E-5). He continues his involvement with Veterans by serving as the Commander of the Prince George’s County Chapter of the National Association for Black Veterans, Inc., which is a Veterans Affairs certified Veterans Service Organization that serves as an Advocate for the resolution of benefits and claims issues of its membership base.


Jomoya S. Mobutu is also a Consultant with a specialty in Human Resources Regulatory Compliance practice that focuses on the areas of Equal Employment Opportunity Program Development & Compliance and Civil Rights Program Management. Jomoya has more than 20 years of professional experience in the fields of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Public Civil Rights, Non-for-profit Program Advocacy, Program Management, and Community Development. He began his EEO career as a Law Clerk working for the State of Florida Human Relations Commission (i.e. a state agency that enforces anti-discrimination laws) and has successfully been employed at various public and private organizations over his professional career to include the District of Columbia, Draughn & Associates, New Samaritan Baptist Church, Inc., GAP Solutions, Inc., the Department of Interior, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Treasury, Fairfax County Government, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Miami-Dade Transit Agency, James E. Scott Community Development Corporation, New Washington Heights Community Development Corporation, and the Florida Human Relations Commission. Jomoya has held substantive positions of responsibility to include Workforce Development Specialist, EEO Consultant, Executive Director of Administration, Director, Training Services, Director of Equal Opportunity, Director of Civil Rights, Division Chief, Fair Employment Practices, Senior EEO Specialist, Senior Personnel Management Analyst, and Law Clerk. Jomoya holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Tuskegee University, where he graduated with the highest honors.  Jomoya also obtained a Juris Doctorate (Law) Degree from Florida State University, College of Law, with a concentration on Employment Law.