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    The Blacks in Government Carl T. Rowan Chapter (BIGCTR) functions as a nonprofit, employee support, advocacy and resource group located at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC. We promote the well-being of all government employees on issues of Equity, Excellence, and Opportunity in the workplace through Advocacy, Education, Training, Legal and Financial Support.   Read More
  • Welcome

    The Blacks in Government Carl T. Rowan Chapter (BIGCTR) functions as a nonprofit, employee support, advocacy and resource group located at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC.  We promote the well-being of all government employees on issues of Equity, Excellence, and Opportunity in the workplace through Advocacy, Education, Training, Legal and Financial Support.   Read More
  • Welcome

    The Blacks in Government Carl T. Rowan Chapter (BIGCTR) functions as a nonprofit, employee support, advocacy and resource group located at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC. We promote the well-being of all government employees on issues of Equity, Excellence, and Opportunity in the workplace through Advocacy, Education, Training, Legal and Financial Support. Read More
  • Welcome

    The Blacks in Government Carl T. Rowan Chapter (BIGCTR) functions as a nonprofit, employee support, advocacy and resource group located at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC. We promote the well-being of all government employees on issues of Equity, Excellence, and Opportunity in the workplace through Advocacy, Education, Training, Legal and Financial Support. Read More
  • Welcome

    The Blacks in Government Carl T. Rowan Chapter (BIGCTR) functions as a nonprofit, employee support, advocacy and resource group located at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC. We promote the well-being of all government employees on issues of Equity, Excellence, and Opportunity in the workplace through Advocacy, Education, Training, Legal and Financial Support. Read More
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E.J. is a graduate of the California College of Arts and Crafts (now California College of the Arts). She began her career with the Department of State, Cultural Programs Division (formerly known as Arts America, USIA) as a Program Officer in April, 1983. Her present duties include developing and implementing creative and fine arts exhibitions and programs for overseas presentations throughout the world. She coordinates exhibitions hosted by major museums overseas with more than 50 such projects to her credit. E.J. sends American artists and museum personnel abroad not only to represent the U.S. but to also learn from their host countries. As a member of many arts organizations and board of directors, she uses her vast expertise to further the arts on all levels—local, national, and international.

As an artist, E.J. works as a painter, sculptor, metal smith designer, printmaker, photographer, and mixed media artist. According to E.J., [her] “inspirations are from nature, daily events, and ancestral recall.” Her works incorporate the symbols of African and African American culture and history. Her art can be found in numerous publications and the permanent collections of the Oakland Museum in California, the Museum of the National Center of African American Artists in Boston, and numerous other major institutions.

Click here for an article about E.J. Montgomery.

 

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