Lindsay Irvin, JD, SHRM-SCP
Consultant
 

Lindsay Irvin is a dynamic HR leader that provides strategic and operational support for HR consulting clients both onsite and remotely. Lindsay provides a proactive approach to organizational HR needs. Lindsay prides herself on providing high-quality human resources support to all of her clients. Lindsay is particularly experienced in the areas of providing strategic advice to executive leadership, developing company culture, mediating disputes and identifying and managing risk.

Lindsay has over 10 years of human resources experience and has served in human resources roles in a variety of industries including legal, corporate retail, banking and higher education. Lindsay developed and improved HR initiatives within workplaces containing both unionized and non-unionized employees. Prior to consulting, she was the Chief Culture & Talent Officer, Director of Human Resources, for Chicago State University in Chicago, Illinois where she sat on the University President’s Executive Team, leading an HR team and university leadership through a workforce rebuilding and transition period after the university went through financial exigency. Lindsay is passionate about providing exemplary customer service, analytical approaches and creative solutions to workplace issues. Lindsay is skilled in multiple areas of HR including talent acquisition, employee engagement, labor and employee relations, diversity, equity and inclusion, policy creation and revision and strategic workforce planning.

Lindsay earned a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications from the College of Charleston in South Carolina. After undergraduate school, Lindsay obtained her Juris Doctorate degree from Howard University School of Law. After practicing both civil litigation and labor and employment law, Lindsay transitioned to a career in human resources where she found her passion. Lindsay is a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) through the Society for Human Resource Management. In 2019, Lindsay was selected to attend the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR) Global HR Leadership Institute program in Washington, D.C.

Outside of work, Lindsay is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and spends her time helping people achieve their health and wellness goals. College basketball is also a huge part of Lindsay’s life outside of work.  She spends most of her free time traveling and attending basketball games in support of her husband, who is a college basketball coach.

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