“Advocacy is a part of who I am and what I do, allowing me to adapt my philosophy of personal and passionate connection to the very core of the HR experience”.
There’s nothing quite as personal as a home-schooling education and it’s precisely that vein of appreciation and reciprocation that powered Elizabeth’s career path in human resources. While she’s practically been working full time since she was 17, the determined HR director vowed to change the ‘square peg, round hole’ dynamics of the rigid corporate workforce. Having assumed multiple roles in HR, most recently at Child Mind Institute, Elizabeth is inspired by her current network of team members at Tiger Companies. The face behind the many employee appreciation programs and performance review processes, she places accountability front and center, even when exhibiting a natural and personal side to leadership. Closely adapting EOS traction tools at the company, she’s grateful for the Tiger Rock Stars, both in teamwork programs and everyday office relationships. “There’s something remarkable about the way the company stayed nimble and resourceful, influencing company growth and teamwork, even while navigating a global crisis.”