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Committees

    Communication:  Website
    Website Administrator - Kelsey Graefen, Woodward Communications, Inc.
    Maintain a website for our Chapter. Members do not have to be technical or have experience developing a website - the only requirement is bringing your ideas for what you think would be beneficial to have on our website.
     

    Diversity Committee
    Chair - Position Open
    This committee is in the forming stage. The committee will provide a resource of information on the broad range of Diversity issues, events and the far-reaching impact it has on individuals and corporations.

    Program Committee
    Chair - Krista Shadley, Kunkel and Associates
    This committee is the mainstay of our chapter. The members involved in this committee are responsible for surveying the membership for interesting topics and setting up speakers/ seminars for our monthly meetings. This committee ensures that we continue to have interesting and up-to-date topics for the education of our members.

    Certification Committee
    Chair - Kaci Simon, Honkamp Krueger
    This committee exists when individuals from TRIHRA are interested in being certified for the SHRM-CP or SHRM SCP, PHR or the SPHR certification. It is a study group that gets together on an agreed upon schedule to prepare for these exams. If you are interested in becoming certified this year, please indicate yes on the membership application and we will forward this information to the Committee.

    Membership Committee
    Chair -  Julie Ryan, Berry Plastics 
    This committee is designed to recruit new members to TRIHRA. The committee would work with the Board of Directors to identify potential members and contact these individuals to discuss the benefits of belonging to TRIHRA.

    College Relations Committee
    Chair - Amanda Wadas, Diamond Jo Casino
    Oversees the chapters' educational-related initiatives making TRIHRA visible in the schools and community. May visit with students and advise them of the basic skills they will need in the workforce. May speak about interviewing, resume writing, teamwork, communication, customer service, etc.

    Workforce Readiness Committee
    ChairKarla Waldbillig, Stonehill
    Monitors and evaluates on a continuing basis local activities concerning workforce readiness issues and plans and encourages chapter involvement and activities impacting the workforce readiness arena.  May visit with individuals new to the workforce and the unemployed or under-employed and advise them of the basic skills needed in the workforce, may speak about interviewing skills, resume writing, teamwork, communication, customer service, etc.