Fred Satterwhite is the Director of Software at DCI Consulting Group in Washington, DC, where he leads DCI’s software development and support team of professionals who create innovative solutions to meet customers’ EEO/AA compliance needs. Fred develops and manages the long-term vision for DCI’s software portfolio, including application development, training, implementation, maintenance, and internal and external customer support.
Fred has worked more than 19 years in the fields of industrial/organizational psychology, employment discrimination analysis, and software development and support. He has provided guidance to hundreds of clients regarding employment discrimination statutes and regulations, equal employment reporting guidelines, selection procedures, affirmative action planning, pay equity, and related statistical analyses. Fred has served as the lead consultant on projects for several Fortune 500 companies, and has advised clients during hundreds of OFCCP compliance reviews. He also has developed and implemented selection and performance appraisal systems for multiple IT departments. Previously, Fred has managed teams and projects in the areas of software implementation and support, sales, and AAP/analytics.
Fred holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Radford University, a Master of Theological Studies degree from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Auburn University. He holds CompTIA® A+, CompTIA Cloud EssentialsTM, and CompTIA IT FundamentalsTM certifications.
Fred Satterwhite, M.S., M.T.S
Director of Software
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