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Office of Partnerships and Recognition and Regional Partnership Coordinators


Regional Partnership Coordinators
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Region

City

Regional Office Contact

Telephone Number

I

Boston

Katherine Maloney

(617) 565-9839

II

New York

Greta Olsson

(201) 288-1700 ext. 1017

III

Philadelphia

Greg Tate

(215) 861-4928

IV

Atlanta

Tom Bosley

(678) 237-0443

V

Chicago

Andres Saldana

(312) 353-2220

VI

Dallas

Doug Huddleston

(972) 850-4167

VII

Kansas City

Jo Beth Cholmondeley

(816) 502-9009

VIII

Denver

John Olaechea

(720) 264-6586

IX

San Francisco

Justine Callahan

(510) 637-3831

X

Seattle

Blake Skogland

(206) 757-6702

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Office of Partnerships and Recognition
  • Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs
  • 200 Constitution Avenue, NW - Room N-3700
  • Washington, DC 20210
  • (202) 693-2213
Staff
  • Sherman Williamson, Director, Office of Partnerships and Recognition
  • Day Al-Mohamed, Supervisor
  • Jackie Annis, Industrial Hygienist
  • Rick Harris, Program Analyst (OSPP Web Administrator)
  • Whitney Hymes, Program Analyst
  • Patrice Peoples, Program Analyst
  • Dominique Smith, Program Analyst
  • Al Woodson, Occupational Safety and Health Specialist
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