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Implicit Bias Training
November 20, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm UTC+5
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office hosts
Implicit Bias Training
Required for all attorneys, investigators, legal staff and victim/witness advocates in the Attorney General’s Office,
all County Attorney Offices, all state agency attorneys, and all prosecutors, including police prosecutors.
District Attorney of Brazos
Currently serving his second term, District Attorney Parson was an assistant D.A. for 10 years prior. A Louisiana native, Parson graduated from McNeese State University in 1998 and graduated from the University Of Maine School Of Law in 2001. He was a judicial law clerk for a year in Warren County, New Jersey before becoming a Brazos County prosecutor in 2002, prosecuting everything from state jail felonies up to death penalty cases and everything in between.
Parson is currently the chairman of the board for the Texas District and County Attorneys Association and has served on its Legislative Committee, Training Committee, and is one of the founding members of the Diversity Recruitment and Retention Committee.
He is on the Board of the TEEX Central Texas Police Academy, which guides the Police Academy leadership on needs specific to training and courses and establishes standards and methods to evaluate the effectiveness of training, equipment and facilities at the training academy.
Managing Partner of Organizational Ignition
President of the Manchester NAACP
Mr. McKim is the Founder and Managing Partner of Organizational Ignition, a management consulting firm. Prior to his current role, Mr. McKim was Chief of Staff of the Technical Training Division at Hewlett Packard Enterprise where he led the organization to deliver award-winning performance enhancement solutions. He has, also, held business and technology
leadership roles in for-profit and non-profit organizations such as FIRST, Hawkeye Data, LLC, and Digital Equipment Corp.
Mr. McKim has facilitated startup and growth of statewide organizations such as the Economic Vitality New Hampshire and the Software Association of New Hampshire. He has played an active role in the shaping of public policy affecting the Technology industry. He serves, currently on several Boards playing leading roles as Vice- President of Membership a the Project Management Institute NH Chapter, Chair of the NH PBS Finance Committee, Chair of the Episcopal Church’s National
Executive Council Committee Anti-Racism, and President of the Manchester NAACP.