Federal Managers Association, Chapter 3

Federal Managers Association, Chapter 3 The Federal Managers Association is the oldest, largest, most influential professional association representing the interests of federal workers.
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The Federal Managers Association is the oldest and largest management organization in the Federal Government. Chapter 3 is one of the founding Chapters started in 1913. From our modest beginning as the Quartermen/Leadingmen Association our membership now covers all areas of the shipyard and the surrounding area. Our National Association has over 150 chapters in almost all Federal departments and a

The Federal Managers Association is the oldest and largest management organization in the Federal Government. Chapter 3 is one of the founding Chapters started in 1913. From our modest beginning as the Quartermen/Leadingmen Association our membership now covers all areas of the shipyard and the surrounding area. Our National Association has over 150 chapters in almost all Federal departments and a

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🔎NEW FMA Benefit🔍Remote Employee EngagementLeadership (REEL) Toolkit 🧰 The Federal Managers Association has partnered wi...
07/21/2021
Remote Toolkit

🔎NEW FMA Benefit🔍

Remote Employee Engagement

Leadership (REEL) Toolkit 🧰

The Federal Managers Association has partnered with fellows participating in the Partnership for Public Service’s Excellence in Government program to offer federal managers the Remote Employee Engagement Leadership (REEL) Toolkit website. The site is designed to be an educational resource for federal leaders on various topics encountered when managing federal employees regularly working away from the traditional agency worksite. As remote work has greatly expanded in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the REEL Toolkit promises to be a vital resource to all managers.

Please take a moment to review the REEL Toolkit by clicking on the following link: www.fedmanagers.org/RemoteToolkit.

The Federal Managers Association recognizes the challenges federal leaders continue to face in establishing effective remote or hybrid teaming models to deliver on the promise of their agencies, and supports leaders by providing relevant and curated resources. Please utilize the resources below.

Chapter 3 day at the ball field 2021! After the year we’ve had, so glad that this could happen! Go Tides!!
05/29/2021

Chapter 3 day at the ball field 2021! After the year we’ve had, so glad that this could happen! Go Tides!!

05/17/2021

Chapter 3 Norfolk Naval Shipyard

The Federal Managers Association (FMA) is the oldest, largest and most influential professional association representing the interest of the 200,000 managers, supervisors and executives who are active FMA national members as well as the over 2 million federal workers serving in today's federal government. FMA was founded by the seven public shipyards in 1913. As the acknowledged representative for federal managers and supervisors FMA is consulted on personnel issues by agency top management, Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the Congress and has testified before Senate and Congressional Hearings on federal issues.

FMA’s leadership role within management was acknowledged by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in 1986 when it certified to the Thrift Investment Board, that FMA was the professional organization which represented managers as defined under the Federal Employee Retirement Act. This certification gave FMA a statutory seat on the Employee Thrift Advisory Council – one of only two non-postal management organizations represented. In 1995, President Clinton appointed FMA to represent managers and supervisors on the National Partnership Council. FMA members also sit on agency and facility-level partnership councils. In 2009, President Obama appointed FMA to the National Council on Labor-Management Relations, the successor to the National Partnership Council.

FMA strives to have close working relationships with our community, the military, the ERG’S, the other associations and the senior leadership of NNSY as we begin a bigger partnership to learning and in turn mentoring our workforce to be strong leaders. Our challenge to our fellow federal employees is to become involved, stay involved and inspire others to become involved.

2021 Chapter 3 Executive Board Officers
President- Chops Clarke (C530)
Vice President- Jeris Smith (C109)
Treasurer- Michelle Lappin (C300)
Recording Secretary- Desiree Manley (C930)
Financial Secretary- Jessica Younger (C985)
Legislative Secretary- Artisha Ballard (C900R)
Trustee (2021)- Tashira Everette (C950)
Trustee (2022)- Curlee Williams (C920)
Trustee (2023)- Anthony Britton (C930)
Past Chapter President – Craig Carter (CMT)

2021 Members of the Board
Sargent-at-Arms Ronnie Mathews

Code Representatives:
Margaret Magruder (Retirees)
April Dotson (C301)
Shanna Krauss (950)
Shaysha Banks (C990)

Committee Chair:
Membership - Danie Larrew
Community Outreach - Shaysha Banks
Social Media- Michelle Lappin
Scholarship - Shanna Krauss
Crab Feast - Crab Feast
Christmas Party - Johnny Satcher

Community Outreach:
May- Public Service Charity- for Federal Employee Education and Assistance (FEEA)
June- “Clean the Bay Day” Where we clean our shorelines of trash and debris (canx ’21 due to Covid)
October- Making Stride Against Breast Cancer event
Chapter 3 members regularly participate/volunteer at various community outreach events, such as the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and Eastern Shore and OASIS Ministry Kitchen and Food Pantry.

Scholarships:
5 (ea.)- $500.00 scholarships each year to a college/trade school for dependents of Ch. 3 members
*2021 Executive Board added 2 additional scholarships for all NNSY employees with FMA sponsor

Chapter 3 Sponsored Events:
- Martin Luther King Celebration ushers and support for refreshments
- Time-In-Service Award Ceremonies sponsor/support
- FMA- NNSY Norfolk Tides Baseball games each May
- Sponsor/support of Family Day/ and Shipyard Appreciation Days
- STEM Event student’s lunch sponsor/support
- Bradford Casus Leadership Award and Plaque to an Apprentice each year
- CFC Campaign Chair every third year/ sponsor / support and donation every year
- 1LS/2LS High velocity refreshment sponsor/support
- Veterans Day Celebration sponsor/ support
- And various other events as they are scheduled

Chapter 3 Regular Events:
- Monthly dinner meetings at Roger Brown’s Sports Bar on the 2nd - Wednesday of the month @ 1645
- Chapter sponsored Annual Crab Feast in August
- Chapter sponsored Annual Christmas party in December

05/11/2021

Announcement from our Chapter 3 President:

Greetings FMA Family,

I am happy to announced that we will be hosting an in-person meeting! 👏

The meeting will be tomorrow (May 12th, 2021) at 1645 and will be held at Roger Brown’s in the back banquet rooms. Our guest speaker will be Mr. David Hunt, former PNSY Commanding Officer and the current Norfolk Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Plan (SIOP Project Manager with Mainsail.

We still have a few Norfolk Tides tickets still available for the game on May 27th. Tickets are $25 each. If you have already committed to buying a ticket, but have not yet paid, please bring the money to the meeting so we can square up.

I will be bringing wall and pocket calendars if you haven’t had a chance to get one.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Very Respectfully,

Chops Clarke

Norfolk Naval Shipyard

[email protected]

**All Covid protocols will be adhered to. FMA face masks will be on hand for anyone who would like one.

FMA Chapter 3 Members; Latoya Diggs, Jonathon Echols, Cornelius Franklin, Community Outreach Chair Shaysha Bank, Recordi...
05/08/2021

FMA Chapter 3 Members; Latoya Diggs, Jonathon Echols, Cornelius Franklin, Community Outreach Chair Shaysha Bank, Recording Secretary Desiree Manley, and President Chops Clarke, volunteered today with Oaisis Social Ministry. Chapter 3 provided lunches for 46 individuals and made a $500 donation.
www.oasisministry.org

Reminder - there’s still time to apply! We also have some Non-FMA applications needing sponsorship. Reach out to us for ...
05/04/2021

Reminder - there’s still time to apply!

We also have some Non-FMA applications needing sponsorship. Reach out to us for more details!

FMA Scholarship Announcement 🎉

The Federal Managers Association (FMA) Chapter 3 will award seven $500 college scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year.

🎓 Five of the awards are open to dependents of FMA Chapter 3 members in good standing.

🎓 Two will be offered to dependents of shipyard employees with a FMA Chapter 3 member sponsor in good standing.

Note - FMA Chapter 3 members must be an active member for one year prior to the scholarship drawing to be eligible to sponsor a dependent or shipyard employee.

The deadline for applications is July 1, 2021 and must include proof of enrollment into a higher education institution, including colleges, universities, and trade schools. The scholarship drawing will take place at the July FMA meeting and recipients will receive their scholarships at the August Crab Feast.

For more information or to request an application, please contact FMA Chapter 3 President Eric Chops Clarke or FMA Chapter 3 Scholarship Chairman Shanna Krauss.

Don’t forget…..there’s still time to sign up!
05/04/2021

Don’t forget…..there’s still time to sign up!

Good Afternoon FMA family,

The annual “Chapter 3 day at the Ball Field” event is on for 2021! I just got notification from the Norfolk Tides yesterday that they will be opening the ball field with limited capacity, due to Covid restrictions. We have a private balcony reserved and there will be food and drinks available. All covid protocols are expected to be followed. Unfortunately, due to the capacity restrictions, we will be limited to 40 tickets. Tickets are $25 dollars in advance and will provided about a week before the event. We are implementing a 2 ticket limit (1 member/ 1 guest). If you are interested in attending, don’t hesitate in contacting me. Tickets are going fast!

Very Respectfully,
Chops Clarke
Federal Managers Association (FMA) Chapter 3, President

In Case You Missed It – Watch Our 83rd National ConventionThe 83rd annual FMA National Convention was conducted via Zoom...
04/21/2021
National Convention 2021

In Case You Missed It – Watch Our 83rd National Convention

The 83rd annual FMA National Convention was conducted via Zoom March 7-8. While circumstances conspired to make an in-person convention impossible, we were extremely happy to see many of you virtually at the convention and the accompanying Networking Happy Hours.

The entirety of both official sessions of the National Convention is now available online, and can be viewed on the FMA website at: https://www.fedmanagers.org/National-Convention-2021.

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, this year's convention was conducted via Zoom. The convention recordings can be viewed at the links below.

Good Afternoon FMA family,The annual “Chapter 3 day at the Ball Field” event is on for 2021! I just got notification fro...
04/16/2021

Good Afternoon FMA family,

The annual “Chapter 3 day at the Ball Field” event is on for 2021! I just got notification from the Norfolk Tides yesterday that they will be opening the ball field with limited capacity, due to Covid restrictions. We have a private balcony reserved and there will be food and drinks available. All covid protocols are expected to be followed. Unfortunately, due to the capacity restrictions, we will be limited to 40 tickets. Tickets are $25 dollars in advance and will provided about a week before the event. We are implementing a 2 ticket limit (1 member/ 1 guest). If you are interested in attending, don’t hesitate in contacting me. Tickets are going fast!

Very Respectfully,
Chops Clarke
Federal Managers Association (FMA) Chapter 3, President

Good Afternoon FMA family,

The annual “Chapter 3 day at the Ball Field” event is on for 2021! I just got notification from the Norfolk Tides yesterday that they will be opening the ball field with limited capacity, due to Covid restrictions. We have a private balcony reserved and there will be food and drinks available. All covid protocols are expected to be followed. Unfortunately, due to the capacity restrictions, we will be limited to 40 tickets. Tickets are $25 dollars in advance and will provided about a week before the event. We are implementing a 2 ticket limit (1 member/ 1 guest). If you are interested in attending, don’t hesitate in contacting me. Tickets are going fast!

Very Respectfully,
Chops Clarke
Federal Managers Association (FMA) Chapter 3, President

📣 Important Updates: 1. Last night, we had our April monthly meeting via zoom with guest speaker Greg Stanford from the ...
04/15/2021
Action Letters

📣 Important Updates:

1. Last night, we had our April monthly meeting via zoom with guest speaker Greg Stanford from the National FMA office.

*Our apologies for not posting a reminder about the zoom here on Facebook.

2. Next month, our intention is to return to in-person meetings, unless something changes due to COVID restrictions. We will be adhering to the proper COVID protocols & are looking into having zoom available for those who wish to attend virtual only.

3. The FMA National office advised us of some important information being shared on the national website. Check them out below (more info to follow on these).

Action Letters: https://fedmanagers.org/Action-Letters

Legislative Tracker: https://fedmanagers.org/Legislative-Tracker

Reminder, this outreach event is less than 1 month away. Check out the deets below: Hello FMA Family,Chapter 3 is sponso...
04/14/2021
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Reminder, this outreach event is less than 1 month away. Check out the deets below:

Hello FMA Family,

Chapter 3 is sponsoring an outreach event with Oasis Social Ministry kitchen and food closet. Oasis is a private, not for profit, charitable corporation. Their mission is to meet the basic needs of those who are less fortunate or homeless.

The outreach will be on May 8th, 1100-1300.

We are looking for 10-12 volunteers. Our task will involve packing lunches for the first hour and then distributing them to those in need from 1200-1300. Due to Covid restrictions, all lunches will be handed through the door; none of the individuals in need will be entering the facility.

If you are interested, please email Shaysha Banks & copy our Chapter 3 President, Eric Chops Clarke. This is a great opportunity to support and help out in our community in these difficult times. Please let me know if you are interested in volunteering.

Oasis ministry website: https://www.oasissocialministry.org/

Shaysha Banks
FMA Chapter 3 Community Outreach Chair

Oasis is a private, not for profit, charitable corporation. Our mission is to meet the basic human needs of those who are less fortunate or homeless. Oasis serves the communities of Portsmouth, Western Chesapeake and Northern Suffolk.

FMA Scholarship Announcement 🎉The Federal Managers Association (FMA) Chapter 3 will award seven $500 college scholarship...
03/29/2021

FMA Scholarship Announcement 🎉

The Federal Managers Association (FMA) Chapter 3 will award seven $500 college scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year.

🎓 Five of the awards are open to dependents of FMA Chapter 3 members in good standing.

🎓 Two will be offered to dependents of shipyard employees with a FMA Chapter 3 member sponsor in good standing.

Note - FMA Chapter 3 members must be an active member for one year prior to the scholarship drawing to be eligible to sponsor a dependent or shipyard employee.

The deadline for applications is July 1, 2021 and must include proof of enrollment into a higher education institution, including colleges, universities, and trade schools. The scholarship drawing will take place at the July FMA meeting and recipients will receive their scholarships at the August Crab Feast.

For more information or to request an application, please contact FMA Chapter 3 President Eric Chops Clarke or FMA Chapter 3 Scholarship Chairman Shanna Krauss.

FMA Scholarship Announcement 🎉

The Federal Managers Association (FMA) Chapter 3 will award seven $500 college scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year.

🎓 Five of the awards are open to dependents of FMA Chapter 3 members in good standing.

🎓 Two will be offered to dependents of shipyard employees with a FMA Chapter 3 member sponsor in good standing.

Note - FMA Chapter 3 members must be an active member for one year prior to the scholarship drawing to be eligible to sponsor a dependent or shipyard employee.

The deadline for applications is July 1, 2021 and must include proof of enrollment into a higher education institution, including colleges, universities, and trade schools. The scholarship drawing will take place at the July FMA meeting and recipients will receive their scholarships at the August Crab Feast.

For more information or to request an application, please contact FMA Chapter 3 President Eric Chops Clarke or FMA Chapter 3 Scholarship Chairman Shanna Krauss.

Hello FMA Family,Chapter 3 is sponsoring an outreach event with Oasis Social Ministry kitchen and food closet. Oasis is ...
03/27/2021
HOME | oasissocialministry

Hello FMA Family,

Chapter 3 is sponsoring an outreach event with Oasis Social Ministry kitchen and food closet. Oasis is a private, not for profit, charitable corporation. Their mission is to meet the basic needs of those who are less fortunate or homeless.

The outreach will be on May 8th, 1100-1300.

We are looking for 10-12 volunteers. Our task will involve packing lunches for the first hour and then distributing them to those in need from 1200-1300. Due to Covid restrictions, all lunches will be handed through the door; none of the individuals in need will be entering the facility.

If you are interested, please email Shaysha Banks & copy our Chapter 3 President, Eric Chops Clarke. This is a great opportunity to support and help out in our community in these difficult times. Please let me know if you are interested in volunteering.

Oasis ministry website: https://www.oasissocialministry.org/

Shaysha Banks
FMA Chapter 3 Community Outreach Chair

Oasis is a private, not for profit, charitable corporation. Our mission is to meet the basic human needs of those who are less fortunate or homeless. Oasis serves the communities of Portsmouth, Western Chesapeake and Northern Suffolk.

Making a lasting impact, one donation at a time. ☺️✨ FMA Chapter 3 members recently participated in an NCMA sponsored co...
03/10/2021

Making a lasting impact, one donation at a time. ☺️

✨ FMA Chapter 3 members recently participated in an NCMA sponsored community outreach event at the Foodbank of South Eastern Virginia and Eastern Shore.

✨ President Chops Clarke presented a $500 donation on behalf of the FMA.

✨ Since 1981, the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore, a member of Feeding America™ and the Federation of Virginia Food Banks, has been providing food for hungry people throughout Southeastern Virginia and on the Eastern Shore.

✨ To learn more, donate, find volunteer opportunities & more, check out the link below:

https://foodbankonline.org/

Making a lasting impact, one donation at a time. ☺️

✨ FMA Chapter 3 members recently participated in an NCMA sponsored community outreach event at the Foodbank of South Eastern Virginia and Eastern Shore.

✨ President Chops Clarke presented a $500 donation on behalf of the FMA.

✨ Since 1981, the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore, a member of Feeding America™ and the Federation of Virginia Food Banks, has been providing food for hungry people throughout Southeastern Virginia and on the Eastern Shore.

✨ To learn more, donate, find volunteer opportunities & more, check out the link below:

https://foodbankonline.org/

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