An employee worked in the deli section of a convenience store from September 2004 until May 2005. She experienced a number of incidents of sexual harassment during this time. After quitting in May 2005 due to the harassment, the employee continued to press her grievance with the former employer. However, despite pursuing the matter for nearly a year following her departure, the former employee received no satisfaction and believed that the former employer had obstructed her grievance and engaged in a cover-up. The former employee contacted the EEOC on February 26, 2007, and filed a charge on April 12, 2007. If the employee resides in a state with a FEP agency, is her Title VII claim timely?

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