Recruiting & Retention, Workshop with NAWLEE
IACLEA and the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives ( NAWLEE ) invite you to an interactive workshop on Recruiting and Retention with ATF Director Regina Lombardo on November 10, 2020 at 1:00 PM EST.
The event is free, but registration is required to receive login credentials. REGISTER HERE.
The law enforcement profession is facing challenging times, and recruiting new members and retaining those already working for an agency is critical. As we strive to make improvements in our agencies, recruitment and retention is a topic that always enters the conversation. This session will provide you with lessons learned and new ideas on how to enhance your efforts in these areas.
Director Lombardo is developing innovative strategies to promote diversity within her agency along with using creative measure for retention, and developing mentoring avenues to help with promotions.
Regina Lombardo is the ATF’s first female Acting Director. Previously, she served as the Acting Deputy Director, with Head of Agency responsibilities. Director Lombardo oversees day-to-day operations for the entirety of ATF, which is charged with enforcing laws and regulations related to firearms, explosives, arson, and alcohol and tobacco trafficking. Director Lombardo began her law enforcement career in 1992, as a special agent in the ATF Miami Field Division. Rising through the ranks at ATF, she served in many management positions including
- Assistant Director of the Office of Human Resources and Professional Development;
- Deputy Assistant Director of Field Operations’ Central Region;
- Special Agent in Charge of the Tampa Field Division:
- Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Division;
- Chief, ATF’s Leadership Institute;
- Group Supervisor for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force in Miami, Florida; and as
- Assistant ATF Country Attaché in Toronto, Canada.
Director Lombardo holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida and is a member of several organizations including NAWLEE, Women in Federal Law Enforcement, Executives, the Florida Sheriffs Association, the International Associations of Chiefs of Police, and Major City Chiefs.