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(Alexandria, Va., April 27, 2007)—The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) announces that Bette Francis will serve on its 2007 SHRM Board of Directors. SHRM is the leading voice of the human resource profession, representing the interests of more than 215,000 professional and student members from around the world.
Francis is currently the vice president of human resources with Wilmington Trust, Wealth Advisory Services in Wilmington, Delaware. With 25 years of experience, Francis has a proven record in developing talent and improving productivity in rapidly growing organizations. Francis has designed the human resources service in medical device manufacturing and has an expertise in mergers and acquisitions.
Francis has held adjunct faculty positions at Bergen Community College and New York University's Marketing and Management Institute and has been a guest lecturer to the Stevens' School of Management Technology and Fordham University's School of International Business Management.
A SHRM member since 1990, Francis served as the SHRM Member Advisory Council Representative for the Northeast Region. She held SHRM leadership positions in the North Jersey-Rockland Chapter, the Garden State Council and the Human Capital Measurement Special Expertise Panel.
Francis earned her degree from Thomas Edison College in Trenton, New Jersey.
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