District Directors - Overview
Each District Director serves as a Council representative for a designated geographical area within Wisconsin. The District Director provides leadership and communication to further the Society’s goals and objectives between existing and future SHRM members and SHRM professional and student chapters.
District Directors serve an important function in the continued growth of new SHRM members and local chapters. They are present to help their chapters and chapter leaders develop and grow through an ongoing process of education, training, experience and leadership development. The District Directors assist through continual work to inspire higher levels of teamwork within chapters.
District Directors are there to influence chapters to accomplish their objectives and goals through application of leadership within the chapter. As chapter liaisons, they are there to lead chapter officers and members to accomplish these tasks with a positive impact.
As representatives of SHRM and the Wisconsin State Council, District Directors are there to assist chapters in understanding the national and state overall strategy and help members understand how they can be a part of achieving that success through key objectives. The directors also serve as a conduit in the sharing of information from both the national and state organization with the local chapters.