Chanta Howard-Wilkinson, ESQ.Senior Attorney and Mediator
Chanta Howard-Wilkinson, J.D., SHRM-CP, works from Delaware and brings a wealth of knowledge in strategically structuring and advising organizations working to seamlessly integrate personnel management and development into the substructure of their success. She has executed EEO, FMLA, and ADA policies, procedures, and training while also conducting investigations and drafting reports, responses, and Position Statements to resolve EEO matters including allegations of discrimination to minimize client liability.
Ms. Wilkinson has measured and made recommendations for corrective actions to ensure client compliance with federal and state laws and regulations along with identifying potential legal impact on policies and programs within organizations. Her background includes training employees on sexual harassment prevention, the American with Disabilities Act, and cultural diversity. While working for the New Jersey State Attorney General’s Office in the capacity of Deputy Attorney General she successfully negotiated over 100 settlement agreements, argued cases on behalf of the State before quasi-judicial panels, and developed cultural diversity programs.
Ms. Wilkinson began her career as a General Litigation Associate for Riker, Danzig, Sherer, Hyland and Perretti, LLP. She integrates best practices for complex human resources processes, programs, and policies into daily operations along with representing clients in court and tribunals.
After graduating from Rutgers University School of Law her career began as a General Litigation Associate for Riker, Danzig, Sherer, Hyland and Perretti, LLP representing non-profit corporations in employment matters with the inclusion of appearing before the Unemployment Appeals Tribunal and municipal court. Ms. Wilkinson has attained over 15 years of experience in successfully engaging the aptitude to both integrate best practices for complex human resources processes, programs, and policies into daily operations along with representing clients in court and tribunals. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Washington D.C.
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