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Feds Hire Vets - Agency Directory
Feds Hire Vets - Agency Directory
Griselda Wallace
Tel: 202-927-VETS
Department of the Treasury

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Department of the Treasury is organized into two major components: the Departmental Offices and the operating bureaus. The Departmental Offices are primarily responsible for the formulation of policy and management of the Department as a whole, while the operating bureaus carry out the specific operations assigned to the Department. To learn more about opportunities at Treasury, visit Careers at Treasury.

Griselda V. Wallace

Griselda V. Wallace is the Equal Employment Program Manager for the Department of the Treasury, Office of Civil Rights and Diversity, where she oversees the Disability, Veterans, and Inclusive Diversity Programs.  She is responsible for building, fostering, leading, and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce.  Ms. Wallace leads the Department’s efforts in the development and implementation of programs and policies that promote outreach and employment opportunities for veterans, consistent with Executive Order 13518, and promoting veterans’ employment initiatives department-wide.


Ms. Wallace career at Treasury began when she joined the Financial Management Service, now the Bureau Fiscal Service, as a Hispanic Employment Program Manager and later Departmental Offices' EEO Director and Diversity Program Manager. As a U.S. Army veteran, she worked for the Department of the Army as a Chief Criminal Investigator before joining the Department of Treasury. Ms. Wallace possesses a Master in Business Administration from Strayer University in Washington D.C. and a Bachelor of Science in Management from the University of Phoenix.

Maria Gogo

Maria Gogo, a U.S. Army veteran, serves as the Veterans Employment Program Coordinator for the Department of the Treasury’s Veterans Employment Program Office (VEPO). She is responsible for promoting employment opportunities for veterans, consistent with Executive Order 13518 and provides assistance with the transition process from military to federal sector to the Department’s veteran employees.


Ms. Gogo joined the Department of the Treasury in 2014 when she returned to the workforce full time after completing the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program. Maria previously worked with the Treasury Office of Civil Rights and Diversity as an EEO Assistant. She is a retired Army Sergeant First Class.


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