ALEXANDRIA, Va., March 22, 2021 — SHRM (the Society for Human Resource Management) welcomed five new HR professionals to the 2021 Membership Advisory Council (MAC) to support SHRM's membership and volunteer leaders across the country.
The MAC serves as an interface between HR professionals, SHRM's Volunteer Leaders and the leadership of SHRM. The Council is composed of one elected representative from each of the five Regional Councils and provides strategic and operational input from SHRM's 300,000+ members to SHRM's Executive Team and Board of Directors. In turn, feedback from SHRM's Board and leadership team is shared with the membership.
"SHRM's new MAC leaders bring years of unique workplace experience – serving as a resource for our diverse membership and the HR community," said Mike Aitken, SHRM Senior Vice President, Membership. "They are integral in empowering the HR professionals of today and tomorrow, and are ultimately building the workplaces we all envision for the future."
The below will serve on the 2021 MAC:
- Catharine Mirabile, Chief Human Resources Officer and Managing Director of Benefits Administration, CGI Business Solutions
- Shauneen Scott, Vice President, Northwest Human Resource Management Association
- Michael D. Shaw, Human Resources Manager, EMBARK
- Elliott Wilson, President, TRC Staffing Services, Inc., TRC Professional Solutions
- Jeremy York, Lead Consultant and President, InvigorateHR
Catharine Mirabile is the Chief Human Resources Officer and Managing Director of Benefits Administration at CGI Business Solutions, a multi-state consulting firm specializing in employee benefits, business insurance, payroll and wealth management. She has 25 years of diverse human resources experience, spanning multiple industries including banking, manufacturing, and technology.
Shauneen Scott currently serves as Vice President of the Northwest Human Resource Management Association and the SHRM Salem, Oregon Chapter Past President, Oregon State Council Past Director. She has 26 years of experience in human resources and joined SHRM in 2006, where she became involved in the local chapter and served various roles.
Michael Shaw is the Human Resources Manager at EMBARK with nearly 20 years of experience in employee relations including recruiting, benefits administration and organizational development. He inspired and developed the first SHRM affiliated Native American Human Resources Conference as well as spearheaded and charted the Central Oklahoma Human Resources Association in Shawnee, Okla.
Elliott Wilson is the President of TRC Staffing Services, Inc., TRC Professional Solutions, a recruiting and staffing firm specializing in skilled manufacturing, HR, finance and manufacturing management positions. Elliott has served in multiple volunteer roles including the past president of the Leadership Columbia Alumni Association, the past president of the Kiwanis Young Professionals Club, the Columbia Kiwanis Club, the Committee of 100 and as a board member for Board Member for Children of Vietnam. This is his second year serving on the MAC.
Jeremy York is the Lead Consultant and President for InvigorateHR. He has over 20 years' experience in human resource strategy, and has worked with and advised all levels of management on critical business and people-related issues including HR strategy, performance management, strategic planning, talent management and acquisition and leadership. He has been involved with SHRM as a member and past director at HR Indiana SHRM as well as a past president of the IndySHRM Board of Directors. He is in the second year of his two-year service with MAC.
SHRM thanks MAC members for their commitment to working with our community of volunteer leaders to elevate the voice of HR and create better workplaces for all. For more information, please visit the SHRM MAC website.
Media: Contact Mallory Flynn at Mallory.Flynn@shrm.org and 703-535-6082 or Meredith Nethercutt at Meredith.Nethercutt@shrm.org and 703-535-6417.
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