CPL-33 National Vice President for Women and Fair Practices
Tyrone L. Covington is a native of Brooklyn, New York. He garnered the passion to begin helping people at the tender age of 16. In 2001, Tyrone was hired as a Federal Correctional Officer at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York, where he held positions of increasing responsibility in L-3148 as Shop Steward. In 2007, he was elected as President of L-3148. In 2014, Tyrone was selected unanimously in the Northeast region as Regional Fair Practices Coordinator, where he served the Council respectively until elected as National Vice-President for Women and Fair Practices.
In his tenure, Tyrone built an impeccable work record in relatively a short span of time. He racked up impressive wins in EEO, MSPB, Arbitration and before the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA). He has won millions in back compensation for the local membership. Tyrone is the recipient of multiple Council awards, including the coveted Distinguished Leadership Award, W.H McKee National Presidential Award. As NVP, he has direct and total oversight of the EEO program within the Bureau of Prisons.
National Vice President for Women and Fair Practices