Judith Reed, SPHR
Senior HR Business Partner
 

Judy Reed is an accomplished human resources executive. Leveraging more than twenty years of leadership experience, Judy has worked as a human resources consultant, providing advisory and project support to clients since 2017. Prior to making the shift to consulting, she held HR leadership roles in a variety of organizations, both for- and non-profit, including Fannie Mae, Peoples Drug Stores, Hair Cuttery, Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, and Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Her most recent in-house position was with The Humane Society of the United States where she served as Senior Vice President, Human Capital & Administration.

Judy has successfully transformed and advanced the effectiveness and reputation of the HR functions under her leadership. As a strategic partner and advisor to executive and senior leadership, Judy has delivered value-added HR solutions to drive employee engagement and leverage organizational capacity and performance. Her work has included organizational and change initiatives such as acquisitions, efficiency assessments, reorganizations, and process/policy improvements; establishment of staff and leadership training and development programs, including succession planning; creation of retention and engagement strategies focused on enhancing staff involvement, career development, recognition, and work/life programs; design of competitive and cost efficient compensation and benefits programs;  implementation of performance management processes and tools; and, execution of compliance initiatives.

Judy received her Master of Science degree in Industrial Relations, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, from West Virginia University. In addition, she attained her Senior Human Resources Certification (SPHR) from the Human Resources Certification Institute and also has an Employee Benefit Plan Administration Certificate from Georgetown University. She is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Human Resources Leadership Forum (HRLF).