Webinar - HR Trends for 2023

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Please join our panel of HR practitioners as they discuss what are the top HR trends impacting the public sector in 2023.  They will also discuss which HR trends they foresee will impact their agencies the most this year.  

In addition, they will share how they plan to approach these challenges and provide possible solutions.  Please join us on January 31st at 1:00 pm EST for this insightful discussion.

Moderator:

Alexis B. Blackwell, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Director of Human Resources

Charles County Government, MD

Panelists:

Dori Lee, IPMA-SCP, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Director of Human Resources/Civil Service 

City of Lancaster, TX 

Marla McFarland, MBA, IPMA-SCP

Human Resources Director

City of Arkansas City, KS

Tamara Mosley

Human Resources Director

Georgia Technology Authority


(For National PSHRA Members Only)

 

Alexis Blackwell (Moderator)

Human Resources Director

Charles County Government

Moderator

Alexis Blackwell holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management from The George Washington,

University. She maintains the Society for HR Management - Senior Certified Professional (SHRMSCP)

certification and is a graduate of the Professional Development Academy's High Performance

Leadership Program. She has 10 years of director level experience working for city and county governments

with over 27 years in human resources in international, not-for-profit, and for-profit organizations

Dori Lee

Human Resources/Civil Service Director

City of Lancaster

Dori Lee, Director of Human Resources/Civil Service has served at the City of Lancaster since June 2003 after an adventurous seven (7) years in the private sector working for Terminix International covering nine states and 1500 employees through on-site support of escalated personnel and acquisition needs.   

Dori holds a Texas Teaching Certificate for secondary business education from the State of Texas, A bachelors degree from the University of North Texas, and has been certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) from HRCI since 2000.  In addition, she obtained certification from IMPA-HR in 2006 and SHRM in 2015 as a Senior Certified Professional.  

Marla McFarland

Human Resources Director

City of Arkansas City

Marla McFarland holds a Bachelor of Liberal Studies with a Minor in Speech Communications and a Minor in Business Administration from Southwestern College.  She participated in the Honors Program studying Economics at Oklahoma State University and also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Southwestern College.  She has worked as the Technical Advisor while working with the University of Michigan on a joint study of employee turnover.

Marla has been working in the Human Resources field for 25 years; 17 years of which have been with the City of Arkansas City, a municipality in southcentral Kansas.

She has served as a Board Member, President, and Past President of the International Public Management Association – Human Resources (Kansas Chapter) in addition to serving as the liaison to the Arkansas City Human Relations Board.

Tamara Mosley

Human Resources Director

Georgia Technology Authority

Tamara Mosley is an executive HR leader with more than 25 years of experience spanning both the public and private sectors.  Twenty years of her experience has been across agencies in Georgia State Government and is currently the HR Director of the Georgia Technology Authority.  Her private sector experience included Inflight recruitment for a Delta subsidiary airline and HR Business Partner with Koch Business Solutions.

In her current role, Tamara is responsible for leading the overall human resources strategy, talent acquisition, leadership development, diversity and inclusion, organizational design and cultural development, employee education and development, compensation and benefits, HR operations and technology, and employee relations.  As HRD, she has changed the function, culture, and impact of HR across GTA to support its business goals and strategies as well as the needs and aspirations of employees.  She has worked with leaders across multiple lines of business to build and manage an HR organization that reflects and supports their dynamic needs.

Being a member of PSHRA (IPMA) for over 10 years.  She hopes to contribute solid understanding of State Government HR practices to increase collaboration of public sector HR efforts, encourage connectedness within the HR community, and work to continue increasing its effectiveness.

Tamara is a veteran of the United States Army and mother of two college age children.  She resides in Atlanta with her husband and seven-month Cane Corso.

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Webinar - HR Trends for 2023
01/31/2023 at 1:00 PM (EST)  |  60 minutes
01/31/2023 at 1:00 PM (EST)  |  60 minutes Please join our panel of HR practitioners as they discuss what are the top HR trends impacting the public sector in 2023. They will also discuss which HR trends they foresee will impact their agencies the most this year. In addition, they will share how they plan to approach these challenges and provide possible solutions. Please join us on January 31st at 1:00 pm EST for this insightful discussion. (For National PSHRA Members Only)
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