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Chapters, councils, individuals honored at Volunteer Leaders’ Summit
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Representatives from the SHRM chapters and state councils that received 2016 Pinnacle Awards on Nov. 18 at the SHRM Volunteer Leaders' Summit, from left to right, are: Jennifer Parker, Cullman Area SHRM (Alabama); Tami Poe, SHRM-SCP, West Georgia SHRM; Kami Golightly, SHRM-CP, Lubbock SHRM (Texas); Loraine Allen, Loraine Allen, West Georgia; Mary LaFontaine, Central Maine Human Resource Association; Shelli Nelson, SHRM-CP, Chicago SHRM; Nora Brandon, SHRM-SCP, Colorado SHRM State Council; Bonita Sonderby, SHRM-SCP, Mile High SHRM (Colorado); Tim Rasch, Portland Human Resources Management Association (Oregon); Tina M. Sharby, SHRM-CP, Human Resources State Council of New Hampshire; Dawn Tacker, SHRM-CP, Central Valley Human Resources Management Association (California).; Laraine Knauss, SHRM-SCP, Garden State Council—SHRM (New Jersey); Nancy Wright, SHRM-SCP, Heart of Illinois HR Council; Tina Smith, SHRM-SCP, Central Illinois HR Group; and Jennifer Hanna, SHRM-SCP, Bloomington Normal Human Resource Council (Illinois).
Award winners at SHRM's annual Volunteer Leaders' Summit last month had something in common (in addition to excellence)—a connection to SHRM certification. Nearly all of the 12 state councils and chapters recognized by SHRM for notable contributions to the HR profession offered programs related to SHRM certification, and both of the individuals who were honored by the SHRM Foundation are involved to some degree with SHRM certification.
SHRM's Pinnacle Awards are given to SHRM affiliates whose programs enhance the creation of effective HR management. The following winners' programs were devoted in whole or in part to SHRM certification:
The SHRM Foundation, a nonprofit affiliate of SHRM that champions workforce and workplace transformation, presented its two awards to these honorees at the leadership summit:
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