Category:Faces of HR

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Faces of HR: Allison Allen on the Transformative Power of HR Analytics and Data

Allison Allen has nearly 25 years of experience leading all aspects of the employment experience, starting with talent recruitment at Tek Systems. Throughout her impressive career, Allen has held myriad leadership positions, including serving as chief human resources officer (CHRO) for Orchard Global, where she developed international people programs and service delivery strategies to help […]

Faces of HR: Stacy Lord on Being Present and Prepared

Meet Stacy Lord, HR Manager at University of Phoenix. Lord has been with the university for 16 years now, kick-starting her career as an enrollment representative. Her responsibilities included duties that allowed her to help others progress in their roles, such as peer performance coaching and skills training. It was during this time that Lord’s […]

Faces of HR: Shannon Duvall on Emotional Resilience and Forward-Thinking

Meet Shannon Duvall, Sr. Director of People and Culture at CallTrackingMetrics (CTM), a global conversation analytics company. Duvall brings more than 15 years of experience managing and scaling HR operations to her role where she develops the long-term strategic vision of CTM’s culture and employee experience. Additionally, since she joined the company, CTM has consecutively […]

Faces of HR: Kim Rohrer on Centering the Human Experience in HR

Before Kim Rohrer got her start in the HR industry, she focused on literary management and dramaturgy at Geffen Playhouse and then Berkeley Repertory Theater. She would go on to serve at Google and Pixar Animation Studios before a stint as a writer and blogger. It wasn’t until 2009, when she joined software development company […]

Faces of HR: Elizabeth Derby on the Power of Cultivating Greater Equity and Access

Before Elizabeth Derby started her career in HR, she was a Public Finance Banker, dedicated to creating access to affordable housing for people in underserved communities. While she enjoyed the business and strategy aspect of that work, she gravitated to the people side and was ultimately tapped by leadership to assume several high-profile HR roles. […]

Faces of HR: Monica Davis on Commitment, Collaboration, and Collective Action

After graduating from Florida Memorial University with a degree in communications, Monica Davis intended to pursue a career in journalism. It was her childhood dream: telling stories that mattered. However, when an opportunity to work in HR presented itself, Davis’s curiosity wouldn’t let her pass it by. “I’ve learned that what drew me to journalism […]

Faces of HR: Susan LaMonica on Balancing People and Business Strategies

It’s HR Leadership Week here at HR Daily Advisor, and we couldn’t be more excited! All week long, we’ve run a gamut of events that not only celebrate you, the HR professional who continues to help shape the future of work, but also will help you grow and develop in your role. Our guest for […]

Faces of HR: Best of HR Leadership

As we prepare to kick off HR Leadership Week here at HR Daily Advisor, this week’s Faces of HR column celebrates you, the HR professionals who continue to help move the needle forward in the industry! The past few years, HR leaders have played a critical role in helping their organizations navigate not only the […]

Faces of HR: Sharifa Parker on AI and Symbiotic Relationships

Meet Sharifa Parker, Vice President of People at Moogsoft, an AIOps software company dedicated to helping people and machines work in harmony. They have 20 years of experience as a senior people leader in high-growth tech start-ups, helping to create and sustain high-performing organizations. For the last decade, Parker has been a key asset in […]

Faces of HR: Robert Boersma on Trust, Listening Deeply and Living to Work

HR Daily Advisor’s 2023 Employee Benefits Week is well underway and it doesn’t stop with our latest Faces column. Despite high-profile layoffs and an increased unemployment rate, the current job market may be tight but still robust, as candidates continue to seek new opportunities. Benefits and compensation continue to be not only a hot topic but […]