Association for Improvement of Minorities in the Internal Revenue Service (AIM-IRS)

​Dallas/Ft. Worth Area Chapter

Greetings From the President

Congratulations to all DFW Chapter 2019 CAMP Protege’s for addressing career barriers:

Ashaundria Brown (NHQ)
Frankie Derrick (W&I)
Katrina Lee (W&I)
Erika Johnson (TAS)
Karen Wellington-Little (W&I)
Kevin Pitchford (W&I)
Sabrina Scott (W&I)

Hats off to the DFW 2019 Mentors Cadre for your ccontinual efforts to empower others:

Tonya Adger (NHQ)
Remona Castle (IT) 
Laketra Empy (IT)
Micralyn Baker-Jones (HCO)
Patrick Murray (SBSE)
Jeanette Rogers (FMSS)
Roberta Williams (SBSE)
Rita Gayle (NHQ)

Contact Tonya.D.Adger@IRS.GOV for detailed information on becoming a protégé or mentor.  Refer to the DFW Area chapter website, www.aimirs-dfw.orgfor the current information on all programs, scholarships, volunteer opportunities, events and much more.  To learn more about C.A.M.P. please visit our website at www.aimirs-dfw.organd select C.A.M.P. from the side bar. 

From the desk of:

Rita T. Gayle

DFW Area Chapter President

P.O. Box 132311, Dallas, Texas 75313

“Using Careers to Break Barriers, Empower Lives and Achieve Equity”

DFW Area Chapter members are encouraged to participate in AIM-IRS mentoring no matter where you are in your career.  If you are at the beginning, mid-career or focused towards retirement a self-help network can be beneficial.

The AIM-IRS National Career Assistance Mentoring Program (CAMP) is administered by the AIM-IRS National Mentoring Committee (Committee). CAMP is an exclusive benefit of AIM-IRS membership and is available to any AIM-IRS member of a participating local AIM-IRS Chapter (Chapter).  The objective of CAMP is to prepare members for career advancement with the use of a mentor.   CAMP consists of nine developmental activities to assist the protégé in identifying and achieving their career goals.