New Member Spotlight
The City of Englewood has joined the GARE Network represented by their Diversity and Inclusion Task Force. The mission statement for the task force is: Foster creativity, innovation and a sense of belonging among all staff by promoting understanding and acceptance of different viewpoints, opinions, thoughts and ideas among different generations, races, ethnicities, abilities/disabilities, sexual orientations, genders and religions.
Meet: Rhonda Tucker-Dickerson
A forward-thinking senior Human Resources professional with demonstrated experience in Human Resources operations, employee relations, talent acquisition, talent management, leadership development, change management, process improvement, diversity, equity, and inclusion, performance reviews and succession planning.
She is a strong HR professional with the ability to influence business unit leaders and energize by decision making, creative solutions and results. Her sharp communication skills and the ability to establish a positive rapport with individuals at all levels of the organization allow her to influence change.
Rhonda has partnered with external experts to review current practices and design and deliver a diversity & inclusiveness discussion series to increase sensitivity, understanding and commitment to diversity and inclusiveness among business functions.
She holds a MA from the University of Denver in Special Studies in Applied Communications, a BS from Park University, Missouri in Human Resources Management & Development and has Employment Law Certification from Mountain States Employers Council, Denver, CO. She is a certified member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has served on the board of the Northern Colorado Human Resource Association (NCHRA).