Ops: Tools for Recruiting and Hiring Talent

Join the Operations Peer Network for an In-Person Workshop!

Friday, December 2, 2022
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EST)

Cathy Novinger Girl Scout Leadership Center

1107 Williams Street Columbia, SC 29201-3035 United States
Category: Operations Peer Network

Operations Peer Network Peeps - Join us in person! 

Our fall workshop will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the United Way of the Midlands, in Columbia. Your fee includes lunch. 

And, yes, the Operations Leadership Team will be sure there is plenty of networking with fellow nonprofit professionals. 

We are partnering with South Carolina's Employers Network, located in Spartanburg for this workshop. One of their amazing consultants, Judy Horton, will lead this session. 

You can expect information on developing effective job descriptions, branding your organization, and getting the most from interviews.  The interactive format will allow time for discussion and questions.

Regardless of our size, we all know our organizations rely on human capital (our team) to provide value to our clients, community and other stakeholders.  An employee who is a truly good fit can significantly increase productivity, client service, and service quality.

As we all aim to attract the best and the brightest, let's come together to learn how.

About our Speaker 

Throughout Judy’s career, she’s enjoyed helping people discover those cool little aha moments when they learn something new, when a creative idea germinates or having a big breakthrough on a tough topic. Her experience in Information Systems, HR Operations, Learning, and DE&I as well as Project Management give her a unique perspective on business, people evolution and superior business performance. 

Judy holds several professional certifications including SHRM-SCP (Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professional), Registered Corporate Coach™, and Project Management Professional (PMP). She’s also a certified practitioner for the Center for Creative Leadership and Herrmann International’s HBDI assessment, a cognitive diversity tool used by 97% of Fortune 100 companies to improve productivity, innovation, and inclusion. 

Judy draws from her experience and tools to support her passion in helping people discover their value and strengths and map pathways to stronger work relationships, team enhancement and overall success. She guides coachees through thoughtful problem solving, identifying and breaking down barriers, and establishing meaningful and practical next steps.  

Attendees (18)

MIchelle Bornfleth

Director of Executive Operations

Communities In Schools of South Carolina

LaTonya Boyd

Executive Director

Chester County First Steps

Devon Brown

Program Manager

Windwood Family Services

Chris Corley

Managing Director

Harbour Wealth Management

Dawn Dowden

Chief Operating Officer

Homes of Hope

Jeffrey Fleming

Chief Operating Officer

Palmetto Project, Inc.

Jessica Harrell

Managing Director, Programs & Services

USTA South Carolina

Joan Hoffman

Chief Operating Officer

Children's Trust Fund of South Carolina

Monica Hudgens

H.U.G.S AmeriCorps Program Director

Leeza's Care Connection

Ameka Neely

Director of HR & Payroll

Children's Trust of SC

Amy Norville

Human Resources Manager

Hope Center for Children

Shannon Owen

Director of Operations

Hispanic Alliance

Kathryn Padgett


Family Connection of SC

Keona Prude

Director of Operations & Communications

Pride Link

Ashlei Robinson

Assistant Director Clinical Services

Windwood Family Services

David Slade

Vice President - Employee Health & Benefits

MarshMcLennan Agency

Mandy Smen

Operations Manager

Neighbors Together

1 Other Registered Attendees

                         Judy Horton

           President, Horton Consulting, LLC


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Together SC's Operation Peer Network is Sponsored By

 MarshMcLennan Agency

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Miriam Dicks

Miriam Dicks

Founder & CEO, 180 Management Group