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Anna Y. Park is the Regional Attorney for the Los Angeles District Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”). She is one of fifteen regional attorneys tasked with heading the litigation units for the regional district offices. Since joining the EEOC, Ms. Park has aggressively litigated cases in federal court against private and public employers, receiving large monetary awards and aggressive injunctive relief remedies, including in EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch,, resulting in a $50 million recovery, and EEOC v. Rivera Vineyards, et al., recovering over $1.05 million for sexual harassment, retaliation, and job segregation on behalf of farm workers. Recently, Ms. Park was recognized for her work in EEOC v. Trans Bay, the first human trafficking case out of California by the EEOC brought on behalf of 48 Thai workers, recovering over $1 million along with very comprehensive injunctive relief remedies. Ms. Park has been awarded the Chair’s Opportunity To Reward Excellence Award for several years running and she was also recognized as one of the “2007 Top 20 under 40” by the Daily Journal in California. Ms. Park has served as a speaker and trainer for countless organizations such as the American Bar Association, National Employer Lawyers Association, Society of Human Resource Managers, the State Bar of California, the California Association of Equal Rights Professionals, and numerous other professional organizations, corporations, and non-governmental organizations. Ms. Park received her Juris Doctorate from the UCLA School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UCLA.

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