I worked at a major university for 24 years as a counselor for students. During my last two years, I got a new supervisor who turned out to be combative, argumentative, racist, ignorant and displayed other bullying type behavior. After two years, I got tired of the abuse and filed a grievance against him. I refuled to kiss his a....He pictured me as the person creating the problems, got administration to side with him and I was given 10 minutes to leave the job that I had for over two decades. I tried to talk to attorneys but was told that in our state, employees can be let go at any time. I did file a grievance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Center and after several meetings with my former employers, they agreed to pay me $50,000. After taking a year to decide on what to do, I began looking for employment which was difficult because I haven't had to do it for such a long time. I found a counseling position at a community college which has turned out to be much better than what I left. Not only do I get to counsel students but I'm also teaching several classes which I couldn't do at the university because I only have a master's degree. Plus, after working 8-5 for such a long time, I now work full time 9-3 because at the community college, I'm a faculty member. Now to my question. As part of my duties, I have to work with science and math students who are transfering to the university that I left. This is a grant that our school just received for the next five years. There is a meeting scheduled later in the week in another city and one of the presentors is the person who "laid" me off with 10 minutes notice. I had worked there for 24 years. She, only 9 months and never bothered to look at or investigate my grievance and thought of me as a problem employee. I've often wondered what I would do if I ever saw her again. I've never been fired from any job and always received great performance reviews until I had that idiot supervisor. How should I handle this?