Michael P. Moran

Chief of the Complaints Processing Branch, Office of Minority and Women Inclusion, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

Mike Moran is the Chief of the Complaints Processing Branch, Office of Minority and Women Inclusion, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).  He has been in this position since 2005, and with the FDIC since 2000.  He is responsible for managing the processing of informal and formal discrimination complaints, and providing Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) training.  Mike will also be working a temporary assignment as the Chief, Minority and Women Business Diversity and Inclusion Branch.

Previously, Mike was an Assistant Director for the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys (EOUSA), and supervised the EEO staff. He was responsible for the Agency’s discrimination complaints processing and affirmative employment programs, and providing EEO training for all 93 U.S. Attorney offices.

Before joining EOUSA, Mike was a labor and employment law litigator and advisor with the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) and the FDIC.  Mike handled administrative cases before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Merit Systems Protection Board, and before federal district courts. 

Before the RTC, Mike was on active duty with the Army as a Judge Advocate.  Mike served as a prosecutor and then chief prosecutor of the Army’s busiest court-martial jurisdiction, which was composed of more than 40,000 soldiers in Germany.  He also successfully prosecuted, as lead counsel, a premeditated murder case.  Mike also was an appellate defense counsel and then branch chief at the Army's Defense Appellate Division, where he was lead counsel, and then sole counsel, for a death penalty case.  Mike's last active duty assignment in the Army was as an ethics and standards of conduct attorney in the Pentagon where he participated in drafting the DOD Joint Ethics Regulation.  Mike eventually retired as a Colonel in the Army Reserves after 30 years of military service.

Mike is a graduate of Hofstra Law School and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.