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Bianca Green

Mrs. A. Bianca Green was appointed as the Department of Education’s Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer (CHCO) in July 2015.  Mrs. Green, a member of the Senior Executive Service, serves as the CHCO’s alter-ego, assisting in the execution, implementation and leadership of the Department’s human capital programs, to include: recruitment and staffing, learning and development, diversity and inclusion, labor and employee relations, workforce planning and development, work and family life, policy and accountability, and human resources technology.  Prior to this assignment, Mrs. Green led Education’s Workforce Relations Division, having oversight of labor relations, employee relations, benefits, and work and family life programs.

Before joining Education, Mrs. Green served as Director, Labor and Employee Relations (LER) Policy, Office of Human Resources Management, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), providing LER policy guidance and support to a workforce of over 60,000 CBP employees.  Impactful initiatives included: developing CBP’s first-ever, comprehensive policy to combat key integrity issues within its workforce; spearheading the transition of 40,000 employees from a pass/fail to a multi-level performance rating system; and serving as an integral team member in the development and initiation of a groundbreaking automation program to electronically track and audit confidential financial report submissions within a safe and secure system.

Mrs. Green’s Federal career spans over 25 years, beginning as a Clerk Typist, at U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters.  Since then, she has leveraged her expertise in every human resources (HR) discipline to serve in senior level HR advisory and technical expert roles at the U.S. Department of Justice (Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Marshals Service) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Mrs. Green holds a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management (cum laude) and a Master of Science in Organizational Management (cum laude).  Mrs. Green is also a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute.