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Ms. Patricia L. Gatling

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Commissioner and Chair

Phone: (212) ***-****  
Email: p***@***.gov
NYC & Company
330 West 34Th Street - 9Th Floor
New York , New York 10001
United States

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Employment History

  • Commissioner
    New York City Human Rights Commission
  • Chairwoman
    New York City Human Rights Commission
  • Head
    New York City Human Rights Commission
  • Chair
    Human Rights Commission
  • Head
    Human Rights Commission
  • Commissioner
    Human Rights Commission
  • President
    National Black Prosecutors Association
  • Assistant District Attorney At the District Attorney's Office
    Kings County
  • Chair
    Commission on Human Rights
  • Commissioner and Chair
    Commission on Human Rights

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • BA , International Studies
    The Johns Hopkins University
  • JD
    University of Maryland School of Law
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Listings |, 11 July 2015 [cached]
Commissioner Patricia L. Gatling
Medical Spas Online - Information for Physicians & Medspa Professionals - Medical Spa Press Releases - Cosmetic industry begins to cater to the ethnic skin type, 16 Mar 2005 [cached]
Patricia L. Gatling, the chairwoman of the New York City Human Rights Commission, who is black, learned this as a child in 1963, when her mother drove her all the way from Kosciusko, Miss., to Birmingham, Ala., to have her mosquito bites treated by the only black dermatologist there.Her mother knew untreated bites might scar her legs.
A few years ago, when she got adult acne, Gatling was surprised to find it would still take time to find the right doctor.She first sought out a few of New York's best-known dermatologists.But the harsh acid products and expensive laser procedures they prescribed caused so many dark patches on her face that she ended up, she said, looking like "some leopard."Her face cleared up only after she visited the Ethnic Skin Specialty Group, a three-year-old practice on the East Side run by Cook-Bolden.
"Nobody wants to waste time and money on a doctor who is guessing how treatments designed for people who aren't of color are going to work on us," Gatling said."Dr.
Advertising Federation Of Lincoln, 1 Oct 2008 [cached]
NEW YORK ( -- Many people aren't satisfied with Madison Avenue's progress on the diversity front, but Patricia Gatling, head of the New York City Human Rights Commission, today said she is "cautiously optimistic" that ad agencies will ramp up the numbers of minority executives in their ranks.
Ms. Gatling was speaking at a public hearing at City Hall called by New York City Councilman and Civil Rights Committee Chairman Larry B. Seabrook.
As part of her testimony, Ms. Gatling reiterated statistics released this spring that found that five of the 16 ad agencies that signed on have not met all their minority-hiring goals in the first year of their diversity pact with the New York City Commission on Human Rights.
Those that failed to meet their self-created diversity goals have hired consultants to help them improve their numbers, Ms. Gatling said as part of her testimony.
Hiring up 25% Meanwhile, the other agencies that signed the agreement have all met or exceeded their goals, said Ms. Gatling. They are: Havas' Arnold and Euro RSCG; WPP Group's Grey Direct and Grey Interactive, Young & Rubicam and Ogilvy & Mather; and Interpublic Group of Cos.' Avrett Free Ginsberg, Gotham and DraftFCB (counted as two agencies because it was created out of the merger of Draft and FCB Worldwide). The average goal was 18% for minority hiring and the average result was 25%, Ms. Gatling said.
The average age of the cases ..., 2 Mar 2015 [cached]
The average age of the cases in 2013 was 320 days, an average that has fallen each year for the past 12 years, according to council testimony by former Human Rights Commission Commissioner Patricia Gatling in February, 2014.
Patricia L. ..., 12 Aug 2014 [cached]
Patricia L. Gatling
Patricia L. Gatling is the Chair of the Human Rights Commission. The Human Rights Commission enforces human rights law, which prohibits discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodation, as well as bias-related harassment. Prior to her appointment, Patricia Gatling most recently served as First Assistant District Attorney for Kings County. In addition, Gatling has served as a Special Assistant Attorney General at the Office to Investigate the New York City Criminal Justice System and as a Special Narcotics Assistant at the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor. Gatling earned a BA at John Hopkins University and a JD from the University of Maryland School of Law.
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