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HRSF LEADERSHIP

Our leaders are nominated and elected by the full Board (Officers and Directors at Large). If you are interested in gaining board experience, contributing to the strategic HR community, volunteering in any capacity and having fun, please let us know.
 
Most leaders start by joining one of our committees, then progressing to Director at Large and then, some being elected an officer. If you would like to discuss volunteer opportunities, please contact us.

CLICK ON BOARD MEMBERS' PHOTOS TO SEE THEIR BIOGRAPHIES.

HRSF Board of Directors

The Board of Directors are responsible for not only overseeing the effective operations of our organization, but they are also responsible for setting the strategic direction and developing policies and protocols for the organization. Several members of the Board of Directors lead key committees for the organization (Experience Creation and Community Build), while others are involved in various committees and provide regular input to the direction of the organization. You may contact any individual director via this email address. 

 

 

Officers                                                                                                 Administration


PRESIDENT 

Craig Ramsay
Principal Consultant, People Science 
Glint Inc.
Redwood City, CA

 

 

 

 

 

Committee Chairs

 

VP & TREASURER

Paula Schmidlin



 

ASSOCIATION MANAGER

Caroline Santayana
Association Manager
McKenna Management

Westford, MA


 

 

 

 

EXPERIENCE CREATION CHAIR

Ceil Tilney
Principal
Right Management
Oakland, CA

COMMUNITY CHAIR

Tristan Brown

Chairman & CEO,
LSA Global

San Francisco, CA


MARKETING CHAIR

Michael Kent, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Independent Coach, Mediator and HR Consultant
Oakland, CA


SUCCESSION CHAIR 

Edie L. Goldberg, Ph.D.
President
E. L. Goldberg & Associates
Menlo Park, CA

 

 


 

HRSF Advisory Board

A select group of senior HR executives serve in this focused and essential role. All Advisory Board members support HRSF by providing an outside perspective on both how to develop a stronger and sustainable organization as well as being a key source of insight for topics the organization should be addressing to meet the current and future strategic needs of organization. Corporate Sponsor companies are encouraged but not required to have a representative on the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board provides leadership in several key areas:
  • Setting the direction for HRSF programs and services.
  • Promoting involvement in HRSF with other senior California HR leaders.
  • Serving as meeting hosts or emcees as needed.
Our Advisory Board members fulfill their leadership responsibilities via one-hour conference calls held twice a year. They do not need to participate in every HRSF event but are expected to be present at most meetings.
If you're interested in Advisory Board membership, please contact our office. 

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