Pam Barnes has served as CFO for HSNT for over 26 years and has played a major role in facilitating the growth and development of the organization. Ms. Barnes graduated from Texas Woman’s University with a BS of Business Administration in Accounting in 1993. Ms. Barnes joined NTSHRM in 2008 when she was responsible for HR functions at HSNT and joined the board the next year as VP of Finance in which capacity she has continued to serve the organization with enthusiasm. Her volunteerism also includes membership in the Denton Noon Kiwanis club, City of Denton Human Services Advisory Committee, Leadership Denton, past board member of the Tejas Storytelling Association and camp volunteer for the Girl Scouts, Cross Timbers Council.
North Central Texas College
Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Experienced Human Resources executive with a demonstrated history of working in the financial, manufacturing, and higher education industries.
Sheila has been wanting to get more involved with the chapter, but was finishing up her PhD and was not certain she would be staying in the Denton area. Her past experience has taught her that volunteering is a great way to meet people with common interests. As a faculty member at TWU, and as one of the advisors for our student SHRM chapter, She believe the college relations position is a perfect fit for her.
Community Relations Director
VP Training Solutions
During his 35 years in the training industry, Scott has worked with several well known training companies that have amazing content and good delivery but still failed to "move the needle". He now works with IFI Training because they care about one thing and one thing only - transferring skills business professionals need. I firmly believe training is only successful if it changes behavior permanently. IFI stands behind that promise.
Workforce Readiness Director
Learning Experience Director
Richard first developed a passion for what learning can do for someone as a 19 year-old on the streets of Peru. Powerful principles can and should be life changing, at work and home. As he taught throughout college, he developed a passion for effective teaching and how it facilitates the change he saw in my students and when he was teaching in Peru. After graduating college and working in Human Resources, he saw firsthand how effective training increased employee retention, employee engagement and productivity and created an environment where people made significant changes to help their businesses grow and achieve the greatest things possible. Helping organizations on an individual and corporate level is what keeps him doing the job that he does now.
Emerging Professional Directors
Human Resource Generalist
Kathy has 25 Years HR Management in the US private sector. She's always "thinking outside the box" to align HR with the mission and vision of the organization through passionate employee service. Kathy's expertise is in Unemployment Mitigation, Conflict Resolution, Investigations, Benefits, Labor Law, Employee Relations, Emergency Preparedness, Workers Comp, Safety. Instrumental in receiving consecutive year awards as a Best Company to Work for in Texas. Past HRCI Instructor Texas Tech University, SHRM State Council, HR Professional of the Year..
Kathy was Lubbock SHRM past chapter 186 President Elect & President for consecutive terms. Lubbock SHRM was awarded 2000 chapter 186 SHRM HR professional of the year. Kathy was also Chapter 186 Programs Chair twice, past Texas SHRM Board District Director and introduced speakers at Fort Worth SHRM annual convention.
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