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Jennifer Bozard represents a South Carolina nonprofit organization that serves homeless veterans. Since most of its funding goes to support programs and services, opportunities for professional development are limited. Attending the SHRM annual conference will help Jennifer focus on ways to develop, reward and recognize her dedicated employees.Tarachel Benjamin Goodman, MBA, SHRM-CPTarachel is an active-duty military spouse and the only staff member in her Arizona-based company's newly-created HR department. As a department of one, the resources Tarachel will find at SHRM's annual conference will contribute to her success. Brandi Levanel is a graduate student who works full-time. She has also been chosen to take over her organization's lead-HR role. Brandi will attend #SHRM18 to shore up her talent management skills for her nonprofit's employees. Without their commitment and dedication, the needs of the at-risk children in the small, rural community they support would go unmet.
Antonella Marcks is a staffing consultant and SHRM of Kansas City volunteer who is interested in employment law, best practices in hiring, and diversity and inclusion. Attending annual conference will help her implement these initiatives at her organization, and help members of her community progress and achieve their dreams.
Kaily Nguyen studies HR Management at San Jose State University and will serve as president of its SHRM student chapter this fall. Growing up in a family of small-business owners encouraged Kaily to focus on obtaining resources related to enhancing employee engagement at #SHRM18.
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