The Commission maintains a commitment to develop an awareness on the part of the majority community to such minority group observances as Black History Month, Martin Luther King Birthday, Womens History Month and other minority group activities…
The Commission seeks to provide the greater Owensboro community with education regarding their rights and wellbeing.
ATTENTION: Due to recent City Hall Guidelines, the OHRC will not hold any in-person meetings until further notice. We are still here to take inquiries and any other concerns regarding discrimination via email and phone.
Email us at: email@example.com
Or call us at: (270) 687-8670
The Commission offers assistance to employers in the specific area of recruitment and also general evaluation of their AA Plan…
Do you want to help the OHRC better serve our community? Take the Community Needs Assessment Survey!
It takes 10-15 minutes to complete and is anonymous. Although, you can give a phone number or email address if you would like to enter our gift card drawing.
The Commission receives complaints and works closely with the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and other state and federal agencies responsible for the elimination of discrimination.
OHRC is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director. OHRC is governed by its Members’ Board. The Director is responsible for the implementation of the policies and procedures set by the Board and answers directly to the President and the Executive Committee of the Board.
Please follow the "Job Description" link below for more information. If you are interested in applying or have further questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.