Equal Opportunity
Established in 1801, Marine Barracks Washington, is the "Oldest Post of the Corps" and has been the residence of every commandant of the Marine Corps since 1806. The selection of the site for the Barracks was a matter of personal interest to President Thomas Jefferson, who rode through Washington with Lt. Col. William Ward Burrows, the second commandant of the Marine Corps, in search of a suitable location. The site now occupied was approved due to its proximity to the Washington Navy Yard and because it was within easy marching distance of the Capitol.
Marine Barracks, 8th & I
Washington, D.C.

Equal Opportunity Advisor
Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. 

Jessica Sink-Rivera

Office: 202-433-2847

Cell: 202-817-8541

Information Coming Soon

What Does Your EOA Have To Offer

  • DOD Certified Mediator

  • Provide guidance, advice, or assistance in all EO matters

  • Provide briefings or training on EO issues for assigned and tenant commands

  • Assist EORs with EO program information on complaint reporting and other reporting requirements

  • Identify trends and areas of concern, and develop methods for improving the EO climate