The Social Media Team who will be covering #SHRM13 in Chicago (June 16-19).
Director, Marketing @Talemetry. HR & Recruiting Nerd. Gangsta. This is a personal account, so views are my own. And they're snarky.
Social HR strategist, entrepreneur, employer brand, workplace engagement. Blogger. Speaker. Relationship Builder. Connector. Founder @StratifyCo @SocialHRCamp
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HR Pro & blogger (JD,SPHR). Social Media Mgr for local SHRM. Founder #SHRMChat. Dogs and Broadway musicals excite me. SO not a blue hair.
SPHR, T&D and Employment Manager for regional supermarket chain; loves travel, my family & friends, my job, & meeting new people. Opinions expressed are my own.
Associate Professor at St. Norbert College & Advisor to SNC SHRM. MSU Spartans, Packers, & Brewers fan. Occasional left-leaning commentary
HR pro. Blogger. Reader. Enthusiastic. World domination hopeful. List-maker. Funny. Incongruent. Cookie lover. Proud dad of twin girls!
Humanizing the organization. Creating emotional connections with your target audience.
HR Manager/Financial Services (Consulting) Industry. 2013 VA SHRM State Council- Social Media Director. 2012 NOVA SHRM Chapter President. HR Blogger, Speaker. WVU and Georgetown Grad. Love my 3 boys, college football, jet fuel, and sunshine.
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