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Here’s your chance to get involved



Thank you for being a valued member of our local SHRM chapter. As you know it takes a village to keep the chapter moving and productive. The Board has lots of great ideas and plans for making 2019 GREAT and we need your help. Below are the potential ways in which you can get involved:

Sponsorship Drive/SHRM Foundation Drive/Membership Drive Initiatives: working with Eduardo Marquez as our Committee Chair to market and promote new sponsorship opportunities; Market ad solicit social events/happy hour sponsors; market and solicit new memberships; market and solicit donations for door prizes and raffles; assist in monthly meetings for registration and/or door prizes. Goal is to increase Chapter revenue over last year

Community Relations (veterans, special fund raisers, Rotary, Chambers, job fairs)

Initiatives: working with our President Elect to draft a strategy and execute ways to build community relations; discovery volunteer opportunities to share; and coordinate with our chapter members, make presentations to bring awareness regarding our chapter at various community events, etc. Goal: to present and/or volunteer at least once per quarter

Student Relations/Internship Program
 working with others to draft a strategy and execute ways to build student relationship with local colleges and school districts whereas we can make presentations on HR related topics or about the  HR  profession; we can invite students to attend our monthly lunch meetings, join our chapter, or use as interns to help support these committees, etc. -Goal: to build new relationships with colleges and local school districts

Diversity and Workforce Readiness

Initiatives: working with the Workforce Readiness team to draft a strategy and execute ways to bring more awareness to our chapter on diversity and  inclusion; connecting with local entities focused on diversity and  inclusion; identifying possible volunteer events ( I see this closely tied to our Community Relations team and  Student Relations) Goal: to build new relationships with local entities focused on diversity and inclusion

Succession Planning/Executive Coaching – working with the Chapter President in providing coaching/guidance to Board Leaders and helping them identify potential successors

Initiatives: to work with each of the Board members to ensure they are getting  what they need and assisting them in identifying and developing future leaders -Goal: to create bench strength and  ensure leader success

Communications/Social Media

Initiatives: working with Communications team to promote chapter events through social media; take pictures at monthly meetings and special events to share out on social media; assist with updating the Chapter website; develop relationships with local entities in which we can advertise and market our chapter (for free or exchange)

Goal: to increase social  presence and improve chapter website

If interested, please send an email to myself at president@wilcohr.org.



Evelyn Gray,

WilcoHR 2019 Chapter President

WilcoHR PO Box 6682 Round Rock, TX 78683 Email: communication@wilcohr.org

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