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Leslie Ross is Section Chief Counsel for the Arizona Civil Rights Division (ACRD) at the Office of the Attorney General. Leslie oversees the ACRD's conflict resolution program and civil rights investigations and enforces the Arizona Civil Rights Act, the Arizona Fair Housing Act, and the Arizonans with Disabilities Act through conciliation and litigation. Leslie has devoted her legal career to protecting Arizonans through civil rights enforcement. Prior to joining the Attorney General's Office as Unit Chief Counsel, Leslie represented some of Arizona's largest state agencies and litigated alleged civil rights violations in state and federal court in private practice and as an AAG in the Civil Rights Division. When she is not protecting the rights of Arizona citizens, Leslie enjoys reconnecting with nature by exploring Arizona and camping with her daughter.
Robin L. Campbell serves as the State, Local and Tribal Program Manager (SLCPM) for the Phoenix District Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). As the SLCPM she is responsible for the Phoenix District's State, Local and Tribal Program and liaison for five Fair and Employment Practices Agencies (FEPA) in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, as well as 13 Tribal Employment Rights Organizations (TERO). In her position, Ms. Campbell is responsible for coordinating, assisting and providing guidance to FEPAs and TEROs on all activities relating to the investigations of employment discrimination. Prior to joining the Commission, Ms. Campbell served honorably for 21 years in the United States Air Force before retiring in 2008. She graduated from Chapman University with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and earned a Master of Arts in Management from Wayland Baptist University.
EEOC Supervisory Investigator Patricia Miner began her career with the agency as an investigator in 1999. She has investigated numerous complex and simple cases. As a Supervisory Investigator, she has overseen a unit of investigators and currently supervises and manages both the Intake and FOIA Units.
In 2016 she was awarded the Champion of Justice Award, the highest award given by the agency. She is frequently requested to present training to other EEOC districts, employers, and advocacy groups.
Prior to working with the EEOC, Pat worked as a paralegal in both private law firms as well as the U.S. Attorney’s Offices for Colorado and Wyoming.
She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business from Regis University in Denver.