Robert Lee Nealy is the Equal Employment Opportunity Manager of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. He was appointed to the position by Ambassador Stephen R. Hanmer, Jr., then - Deputy Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, effective August 24, 1992. Prior to this appointment, he was, and still serves as assistant Professor of Business and Management on the Adjunct Faculties of Essex Community College and Baltimore City Community College from September 1990 to the present.

Mr. Nealy served as Director of Fair Practices for Baltimore County Government in Towson, Maryland, from October 1988 through March 1991. In this capacity, he was responsible for the planning, development, and implementation of the County's first Administrative Action Plan for Fair Practices, and the Fair Practices Program. In addition, he served as Compliance Officer in resolving grievances and EEO matters, and as an Instructor for Fair Practices.

From October 1972, through October 1988, Mr. Nealy served in several administrative and managerial positions with the Anne Arundel County Government in Annapolis, Maryland. Specifically, from January 1983 through October 1988, he served as a Deputy Personnel Officer with total operational responsibilities of personnel functions. In addition, he served as a Chief Hearing Officer for Employee appeals, and a Chief Negotiator during collective bargaining activities with five different union contracts.

Mr. Nealy served as Anne Arundel County's Human Relations Officer from March 1974 through January 1983, with primary responsibility for investigation, conciliation and resolution of EEO complaints to a workforce of 3,000, and resolution of complaints from the general citizenry. He also served as the County Executive's Chief Liaison on Personnel Issues and leading project teams by conducting management audits of various county agencies, with emphasis on employee relations and EEO.

Mr. Nealy served as a Budget and Management Analyst for Anne Arundel County from October 1972 through March 1974, responsible for developing, preparing and presenting departmental budgets to the local executive and county legislative bodies of government.

Mr. Nealy served as an officer in the United States Army from March 1969 to February 1972, achieving the rank of Captain in the Military Police Corps.

Mr. Nealy is a 1968 Graduate of Florida A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science. He also holds a Master of Arts degree in the Social Sciences Popular Culture Discipline at Morgan State University, and a Master of Public Administration Degree in 1980 from the University of Baltimore. He also completed a year-long leadership Training Course from the Baltimore County, Maryland Chamber of Commerce in June 1990.

Mr. Nealy resides in Baltimore, Maryland.