The Multicultural Affairs Committee (MAC) is comprised of City of Madison employees and charged with addressing issues of concern to City of Madison employees from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.
- To exchange information and ideas relating to workplace diversity and inclusion.
- To set goals and make recommendations for providing equal opportunities and an inclusive working environment.
- To develop support networks for employees who identify with historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.
- To serve as a resource for the Mayor, departments, and agencies as they work toward meeting diversity goals.
- To coordinate activities that celebrate diversity, multicultural awareness, and engagement of all employees.
Members of Multicultural Affairs Committee (MAC) are appointed by the Mayor and are authorized to attend all scheduled meetings. Any City employee may seek membership after attending two meetings. Meetings are open to the public, and all employees are welcome to attend.
Affirmative Action Division
210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Rm. 523
|Meets:||2nd Wednesday of Month; 11:00 am|
|Agency:||Department of Civil Rights
|Authority:||Madison General Ordinance (MGO) 33.27|
|Vice Chair:||currently vacant|
Top (left to right): Karl Van Lith, Varinia del Moral, Glenn Clark, Michael Miller
Bottom (left to right) Tariq Saqqaf, Amy Deming Robb, Nancy Saiz, Colier McNair, Catherine Duarte
Not pictured: Charlyn Cruz Nunez, Garfield Cunningham, Lurlie Richardson, Melissa Gombar, Tori Pettaway
- Glenn Clark
- Colier McNair
- Amy Deming
- Karl Van Lith
- Michael Miller
- Nancy Saiz
- Garfield Cunningham
- Lurlie Richardson
- Tariq Saqqaf
- Melissa Gombar
- Tori Pettaway
- Charlyn Cruz Nunez