Biography for Kenneth D. Brock
Small Business & Self-Employed, Field Collections, Revenue Officer, Chicago, Illinois, US Navy
Kenneth D. Brock, who joined MOS in 2014, served as Vice President of Military Outreach for Service from October 2016 through September 2017. He previously served as President of Illini Blackhawks MOS Chapter in January through September 2016. Kenneth joined the United States Navy at the age of 19 and served 16 years. Kenneth was Honorably Discharged in March 2009 and is a Disabled Veteran. Kenneth is a Revenue Officer in Field Collections SB/SE, Post of Duty Chicago. Kenneth is married and have three children with Chasity Brock who is a United States Air Force veteran, Revenue Officer Post of Duty Downers Grove IL, and a member of MOS.
Kenneth was elected President of the MOS National Board of Governance in September 2017. Kenneth’s goal as a MOS President is to continue our recent efforts with outreach to veterans across the nation and continue to increase our exposure on a National level. As MOS President and as was the priority of previous MOS Presidents, Kenneth says that his focus will be on recruiting, Visibility and MOS inclusion in the National Veterans conversations.
"I encourage all veterans to submit ideas on how to make MOS work for you and improve the overall quality and types of service you want MOS to make available. I will advocate on our behalf to any and everyone who is willing to listen that IRS veterans are an important and essential part of IRS success and we can lead the service to be the best place to work among the Federal Agencies, " Kenneth stated in his election biography.
Programs Kenneth is interested in include but is not limited to:
- Mentor Program
- Veterans awareness programs for Managers
- Career Development initiatives
- Veterans Leadership pathways Program
- Senior Leadership inclusion Program
Kenneth believes that as veterans we have different needs and expectations than non-veteran Internal Revenue Service employees. Veterans obtained valuable leadership skills that are transferable to IRS leadership roles immediately upon onboarding. The above programs can help veterans transition into those roles and immediately have a positive impact on the culture of the Internal Revenue Service. The programs would be designed to increase the exposure of interested veterans and provide them with the right positions for them. As National Vice President, Kenneth will work with the National President and local Chapter presidents to increase membership and develop programs based on National and local needs.
Biography for [currently vacant]
To be filled by the National Board of Governance.
Biography for Marie Judkins
Area-Wide Shared Services, Travel Specialist, Ogden, UT
Marie Judkins has worked with the IRS for 30 years and she served as the Ogden Chapter President (MOST) from October 2013 through September 2015, replacing Carol Permar who went on to serve as MOS National President. Marie was elected secretary of the MOS National Board of Governance in September 2016.
Marie started her IRS career in Receipt and Control Remittance and Perfection. She has worked in Entity, Exam, AWSS Travel Services and currently Collection Operations Management Assistant.
Marie has worked with IRS Ogden Campus groups and employees to hold care package drives twice a year for American servicemen and women deployed abroad; coordinated the MOS annual local and national Christmas card contest for Mail for Heroes; distributed water and cookies to the participants of the Veterans Parade in Ogden; and collected and distributed donations and cards to residents at the George E. Wahlen Ogden Veterans Home.
She served on the Ogden campus EO Mentor/Protégé board during 2013 - 2015. This local IRS board consists of a representative from each of the employee organization who work together to recognize and promote diversity through education, career development and charitable activities.
Marie's father and his brother were both in the Navy, she has one brother who was a Marine, one brother who was in the Navy, and a nephew in the Navy and a nephew who was in the Army. She said that it wasn’t until her son became a Marine that she had a better understanding of all that our military do for our country and her. Her son served 10 months in Afghanistan and she is so proud of him.
Biography for Adam Shebroe
Automated Collection Service, Chamblee, Georgia, US Navy
Adam Shebroe is a founding member and the past President of the Chamblee (GA) Cavalry Chapter of MOS-IRS. Adam is a Contact Representative in ACS Atlanta, currently detailed as a Unit Manager. Adam has been member of the Employee Engagement Team and has served as Treasurer and Key Worker for Combined Federal Campaign. Adam has been a member of MOS since 2011. Adam received his BBA from the University of Notre Dame, attending on a NROTC scholarship. Adam served on active duty in the United States Navy from 1987-1991 and as an active Naval Reservist from 1991-1998. Adam served onboard the USS SAGINAW (LST-1188) during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Adam left the reserves as a LCDR and his decorations include the Navy Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal and the Southwest Asia Service Medal, among others. Adam was elected Treasurer of the MOS National Board of Governance in September 2017.
Adam is married to Terral Deramus-Shebroe, an IRS employee. They have an 18 year old daughter and a 16 year old son. Additionally, he has two stepsons ages 26 and 22. Adam and Terral are also foster parents, caring for more than 10 children in the past and currently have a sibling group of three: a 13 year old boy, an 11 eleven year old boy and their 5 year old sister. Adam is a sports fanatic and his favorite teams are the Steelers, Mets and Islanders. Adam is an Eagle Scout and enjoys collecting coins and baseball cards.
Revised October 5, 2017