Are you interested in being a part of a dynamic group of HR professionals who are passionate about developing HR leaders and advancing the HR profession? If so, here is your opportunity to be a part of the HR Indiana SHRM!
Below is a list of roles that will be elected for the 2019-2020 term. Expressing interested in the role is easy! Simply complete the online Volunteer Leader Interest Form and submit it by October 12, 2018. interest forms will be reviewed by the executive team, applicants will be contacted, and finalists will be selected for the slate. The slate vote will take place in late October/early November.
- Operational Effectiveness Director
The Operations Effectiveness Director is responsible for overseeing the preparation of a record of the proceedings of all meetings of the governing body, and responsible for the financial affairs of the Council. This responsibility includes the preparation, interpretation and dissemination of periodic financial reports to the governing body.
- Director, Workforce Readiness
The Workforce Readiness Director monitors and evaluates on a continuing basis state and local activities concerning workforce readiness issues, and works with chapter workforce readiness advocates to plan and encourage chapter involvement and activities impacting the workforce readiness arena. Presents a report or update to the state council director and members on workforce readiness developments, issues, and/or initiatives.
- State College Relations Director (3 positions)
The College Relations Director serves as an elected member of the state council with responsibility to assist and promote student chapter activities within their designated geographical area in the state. The College Relations Director promotes SHRM membership among SHRM student chapters; facilitate and coordinate any state level student events and activities; coordinate various types of student meetings for student chapters within the State; provide direction, assistance, and support of professional development activities within the State SHRM organization; and develops and facilitate communications between SHRM student chapters and the Council.
- Director of Certification
The Certification Director promotes professional SHRM certification among SHRM chapters; provide direction, assistance and support of study groups throughout the State.
Also serving on the State Council in 2019, but not up for election this year, are the following current State Council Members:
- Jeremy York, SHRM-SCP, State Council Director
- Megan Nail, SHRM-SCP, State Council Director Elect
- Linda Dausend, Past State Council Director
- Becky Ragsdale, SHRM-CP, Membership Director
- Chris Schrader, Director of Government Affairs
- Tamiko Kendrick, Director of Diversity
- Erin Stevens, SHRM-CP, Technology Director
- Amy Wright, SHRM-SCP, Foundation Director