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One Government Center
Jackson & Erie Streets
Toledo, Ohio 43604
TTY: (614) 752-2391
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Inder F. LeVesque is the Regional Director of the Toledo Office of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. With over 32 years at the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, she has enjoyed the journey every step of the way.
Ms. LeVesque has previously held the positions of Investigator, Supervisor, and Chief Supervisor. Ms. LeVesque manages a staff of investigators, supervisors and administrative professionals who processes of over 500 cases annually from 13 counties (Lucas, Paulding, Sandusky, Wood, Fulton, Williams, Defiance, Henry, Putnam, Hancock, Wyandot, Crawford, Ottawa, and Seneca). Throughout the years, Inder has served on various committees for the Commission including The Safety Committee and The Investigator Training Committee. Inder also provides training and education to the public on Ohio Laws Against Discrimination.
Ms. LeVesque currently serves as a member of The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) Committee, Past member of the Lagrange Housing Board, A former Real Estate Professional, and a former member of Toledo Realist Association. Inder has received the 2004 Director’s Thurgood Marshall Award from the Ohio Civil Rights Commission and the Outstanding Achievement Award for her work in Civil Rights from Senators Doug White and Ray Miller.
Ms. LeVesque is a wife and mother of two sons. She takes great pride in serving the public and has devoted her life to protecting the civil rights of others. Thanks to the generosity of Inder’s parents, relatives and church, she was able to study at a music conservatory, go to college and work in the community with people of like interests and pursuits.
As Ms. LeVesque has always said, “We cannot on our own strive for greatness, without letting someone else tag along.”
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission is an equal opportunity employer; we celebrate and embrace diversity and are committed to maintaining an inclusive community.