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8 Experts Elected to the HROA Board of Directors

The Human Resources Outsourcing Association (HROA), a non-profit association dedicated to promoting professionalism and best practices in human resources outsourcing, today announced it has elected eight new members to its board of directors. The newly elected board members are: Randy Ross of Best Buy Co., Inc., Margaret Savage of British Telecom, Christine Morena of AT&T, Mark Hodges of EquaTerra, Jason Berkowitz of Hyrian, Michael Hogan of ADP, Don Hamill of TPI and Akiba Stern of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.

The HROA has always been committed to being an organization that addressed the needs of all the constituencies of the HR Outsourcing industry, said Glenn Davidson, Chair of the HROA and President of EquaTerra Public Sector LLC. Davidson continued, The 22 members of our board represent a broad cross-section of our industry and ensure that our mission will continue to be applicable to, and positively impact, the entire HRO community.

The newly elected directors join a board already comprised of the leading HRO industry thinkers, including:
Chair Glenn Davidson of EquaTerra Public Sector
Vice Chair Sharon Taylor of Prudential Financial
Treasurer Aram Minnetian of Weichert Relocation Resources
Secretary Jay Whitehead of Outsourcing Today
Member at Large Carole Weinstein of LearningWorks
Jeff Bizzack of Savista
Karen Bowman of Convergys
Mike Brannan of Cendant Mobility
Gary Budzinski of Aon Consulting
Hal Burlingame formerly of AT&T
Harry Feinberg of Outsourcing Today
John Riley of Co-Advantage
Mike Salvino of Hewitt Associates
Joe Vales of Vales Consulting

Michael Beygelman, Executive Director of the HROA said, As the association enters its third year, we are encouraged to have so many distinguished industry experts serving on the HROA board of directors. Beygelman continued, Today the HROA board is comprised of industry leading providers, buyers, advisors, consultants and members of the press who collectively represent every dimension of the HRO industry. This ensures the HROA membership at large, and other HRO industry stakeholders, will continue to be represented by, and have access to, prominent HRO industry thought leadership.

About the HROA
The Human Resources Outsourcing Association (HROA) is an association of professionals who purchase, provide or participate in the human resources outsourcing industry. The HROA is committed to promoting communication, the exchange of information and the advancement of best practices in the human resources outsourcing industry. HROA believes that its uniqueness lies in the active participation of its members and its ability to leverage their combined experience and diversity.

The HROA seeks to achieve its mission via research, benchmarks, standardized metrics, best practices and industry case studies. Our members benefit from access to this information in print, online and through learning workshops, as well as from other program and networking events sponsored by the HROA.

Michael Beygelman, Executive Director
Human Resources Outsourcing Association
Phone: (603) 424-2177
Fax: (309) 437-3769
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