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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Fifteen young professionals were elected to serve on the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM’s) highly selective Young Professionals Advisory Council (YPAC) for a one-year term, beginning on Jan. 1, 2016.
SHRM received 163 applications for only 15 spots on the council. Of those chosen, several work for Fortune 500 companies such as The Walt Disney Company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Time Warner Cable and Union Pacific Railroad.
The role of the council is to advocate for SHRM’s young professional members (those who are 30 years old and younger) and provide guidance to SHRM for attracting and retaining nonmember young professionals.
“Those selected for this opportunity are driving HR in the right direction for the future. They have diverse experience in the human resources profession,” said Nancy Conway, SHRM-SCP, who oversees YPAC activities and is a field services director for SHRM. “They are making a positive impact on the future of human resources.”
As members of the YPAC, these young professionals will help to:
2016 Young Professionals Advisory Council Members
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