Top FEMA Official Resigned Amid Sexual Harassment Investigation

HeadlineJul 31, 2018

A recently resigned top official with FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has been accused of sexual harassment, including hiring women as possible sexual partners for male employees. Corey Coleman led FEMA’s personnel department from 2011 until his resignation a few weeks ago amid an internal sexual harassment investigation. FEMA Administrator William “Brock” Long says the sexual harassment was a systemic, years-long problem.

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