As the Chief People & Culture Officer at Nonprofit HR, Alicia Schoshinski leads the development and execution of the firm’s talent management strategy. She partners with other leaders to implement programs and policies that drive employee engagement, retention and development. Alicia enjoys helping to bridge relationships with employees and managers, and fostering a values-led culture. Prior to this role she served as a Senior Consultant on the firm’s Outsourcing team, working with clients to provide a talent management strategy aligned with their strategic goals and missions. She also co-led the firm’s Knowledge practice, developing and facilitating workplace learning and information sharing.
Alicia brings more than 30 years of progressive HR management experience, including her work with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, where she served as Senior Director, Human Resources Management and Development. She has facilitated workforce realignments and created performance management programs, internal communications strategies, career paths and learning and development programs. She also has expertise in affirmative action programs, EEO and HR metrics.
She holds a master’s degree in Human Resources Management from Marymount University and a bachelor’s degree in Business Management with an emphasis on human resources from The Catholic University of America. Alicia is a Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) and also holds the Senior Human Resources Business Partner (sHRBP) and Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) certifications from the Human Capital Institute (HCI). She is also a member of SHRM and the HR Leadership Forum. Alicia is a certified PDA (Personal Development Analysis) Analyst. The PDA Assessment is a reliable, scientifically validated tool specifically developed to understand and describe the behavioral styles of individuals in hiring and working environments. The PDA is also used in the firm’s retained executive and professional search practice as well as in the internal hiring and talent development practices.
Outside of work, Alicia enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, as well as extended family and friends. She is active in volunteering and enjoys travel.
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