Coffee & Conversation

I recently attended “Coffee & Conversation” an event coordinated by the MHRM Council that hosted program alumni who currently work in the Columbus area. They each shared their experience with the program, how they began their HR careers, and their tips to becoming a leader in the HR industry today. This event also included a lunch and networking session after the presentations.

Tony C. – Vice President of Human Resources 

Undergraduate Degree: Psychology, Kenyon College

Year Graduated from the program: 2005

Current Role Description: Manages the entire employee life cycle with a specific interest in organizational structure and employee development.

Career Advice: Be approachable, explore new functions of the business, take feedback, and be the person that gets things done.

 

Diandra S. – Talent Acquisition Sr. Specialist 

Undergraduate Degree: Psychology, The Ohio State University

Year Graduated from the MHRM program: 2017

MHRM Activities and Societies: MHRM Student Council, Fisher Graduate Women in Business Executive Board, 2015 MHRM Internal Case Competition Winning Team, Graduate Assitant

Internship(s): Cardinal Health

Current Role Description: Consults, provides support and acts as a strategic partner to the recruiting team on pre-employment activities and employee mobility.

Career Advice: Listen to others, give credit when it is due, be positive and have a professional presence.

Shannon M.-Talent Management Specialist

Undergraduate Degree: Strategic Communications, The Ohio State University

Year Graduated from the MHRM program: 2016

Internship(s): Texas Instruments and Victoria Secret

MHRM Activities and Societies: MHRM Council, Fisher Graduate Women in Business

Current Role Description: Supports the home office and stores in talent management and sourcing.

Career Advice: Understand the business your in, utilize data to make decisions, and always find ways to make improvements in your work.

Going to these type of events are a continuous reminder of the limitless opportunities we have as students and alumni of the Masters of Human Resource Management program. I’m grateful for the alumni that continue to be a part of what we do here every day at Fisher!

 

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