IHRIM Welcomes Three New Members to 2013 Board of Directors

The International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM), the world’s leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry, is pleased to welcome three new members to its 2013 Board of Directors.

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome these three remarkable IHRIM members to our Board of Directors,” said Lynne Mealy, President & CEO of IHRIM. “IHRIM is fortunate to have members such as these who generously volunteer their time and talent for the benefit of our association. Combined with the returning IHRIM members to the Board of Directors, the depth and breadth of insights & experience in the HRIS/HRMS industry is second to none.”

The three new board members joining the IHRIM Board beginning January 1, 2013 are:
Joyce Brown, HRIP, Director HR Systems, Brink’s Inc.
Joyce Brown directs all aspects of the human resource system. She has more than 20 years of progressive experience and has been project manager for multiple HR system implementations.

Gary Morlock, HRIP, Senior TRM Project Manager, Qualcomm, Inc.
Gary Morlock works with highly diverse and dispersed project teams, interacting with all levels of employees throughout a project. He has managed IT projects of differing sizes and has 19+ years of HR technology experience.

Sherry Timmerman, Director, HR Advisory Services, Federated Co-operatives Limited
Sherry Timmerman provides direction and guidance to the human resources advisory services employees in all Federated Co-operatives Limited home, region and subsidiary operations. She has been both a practitioner and a consultant and has had diverse experience in public, private and non-profit sectors.

Elected for a second term to IHRIM’s Board of Directors are:
David Brook, HRIP, Administrative Leader, Permanente Human Resources, Kaiser Permanente (SCPMG)
David Brook has responsibility for operations across the HR functions, including HR Systems, for Kaiser Permanente, whose mission is to provide high-quality, affordable health care services.

Mario Ellis, HRIP, Director Compensation & HR Systems, University of Chicago Medical Center
Mario Ellis is responsible for the Compensation and HRIS teams streamlining business processes, facilitating policy and procedure enforcement, automating pay for performance systems, and aligning with business areas as a strategic HR resource for a population of over 6,000 employees.

Exiting the IHRIM Board of Directors with great distinction are:
Rich Berger, HRIP, SPHR, Senior HRIS Director, Citrix Systems, Inc.
Dave Binda, HRIP, CHRP,CCP, President, HR Results, Ltd.
John Greer, HRIP, SPHR, Senior Consultant, Collective HR Solutions

“We deeply thank Rich, Dave and John for their tremendous service to IHRIM,” said outgoing IHRIM Chair, Nov Omana, HRIP. “They have made significant contributions to the board and have been great assets to the association. We look forward to continuing our work with them outside of the Board. The entire HRIS / HRMS community is better for their selfless service.”

For more than 32 years, IHRIM has helped advance the HRIM industry through its community of industry experts and educational opportunities. With the support and dedication of its volunteer leaders, IHRIM will continue to carry out its mission of being the leading professional association for knowledge, education, and solutions supporting the Human Resource Information Management community.

About the International Association for Human Resource Information Management (IHRIM)
IHRIM is the world’s leading clearinghouse for the HRIM (Human Resource Information Management) industry. Since 1980, IHRIM has been the only membership association for HR technology professionals, advancing the industry by providing unparalleled education and professional development opportunities through its annual conference, educational courses and webinars. IHRIM is a community of experts – a dynamic group of practitioners, vendors, consultants, students, and faculty that continues to grow, not just in numbers, but in its scope of knowledge and information.
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