New Judges for 50over50HR!

While our leadership in Washington DC argue and throw tantrums about the next Supreme Court nomination the folks at 50over50HR never lose their hustle. Today we announce the appointment of two new judges – replacing two judges who had to leave prematurely due to increased work and personal responsibilities. And like quality HR Pros – we had a sucession plan in place and ready in case of just such a situation.

So… as we say good luck to two great judges – China Gorman and Ron Thomas – we say hello to worthy replacements.

First – Tiffany Kuehl (full bio here)

Tiffany-Kuehl HeadshotTiffany is SHRM-CP certified and is a Sr. Human Resources Recruiter with Versique Consulting & Search’s HR team in Minneapolis.  She also  serves as the Director-Elect of the Minnesota Society for Human Resource Management (MNSHRM) State Council, held several roles on the board of the Twin Cities Human Resources Association (TCHRA), and sits on the Advisory Board of Minnesota Recruiters (MNREC).

When Tiffany is not recruiting, she can be found with her husband and their son at Target Field cheering on the MN Twins!

Her online profiles include:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/tiffanykuehl

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiffanykuehl

Second – Brad Galin (full bio here)

brad galinBrad has had an up and down HR career. He spent the beginning of his HR experience at International Theme Park Services which took him around the world to train including extended assignments in China, Mexico, & Brazil. (get it – roller coasters – theme parks – up and down?)  But now Brad serves over 1000 employees as the Director of HR for the Portage Public Schools.

In addition to his day job, Brad currently serves as the Director at Large for the Indiana State Council of SHRM and has volunteered time for many local organizations.

He can be followed on twitter at: @BradGalin

And writes an entertaining blog at RollerCoaster HR.

PR release March 2016A press release was sent Wednesday and can be accessed here.

Let’s wish our new judges good luck and please – if you have a person who has continually elevated the practice of HR please nominate them and get them noticed!

 

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