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National Association of African Americans In Human Resources. Chapter President “Given so many critical changes on the national front, the expertise of Human Resources professionals is needed now more than ever.

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Society for Human Resource Management. SHRM is the world’s largest HR membership organization devoted to human resource management with over 275,000 members across 160 countries. As the leading provider of HR resources, SHRM aims to “serve the needs of HR professionals and advance the professional practice of human resource management.”

www.dcnaaahr.org

The Washington DC Chapter of the NAAAHR is committed to providing African-American professionals in the field of human resource management with an open forum for expanding their knowledge, networking with other human resource professionals, & mentoring with senior & junior level professionals in the Washington, DC area.

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A coalition of 17 local organizations of African American Human Resource professionals (and consultants) from many cities across the country. The organization was officially chartered at the September 1998 annual conference co-sponsored by the Baltimore Black Human Resources Network and the Washington DC Black Human Resources Network.

humanresources.uchicago.edu/fpg/guides/diversity/professional.shtml

The University of Chicago Human Resource Services. Professional Organizations for Women and Minorities . The organizations below are dedicated to the development of minorities and women in specific professions.

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Through such organizations you meet other professionals engaged in your field, network, acquire support, learning tools and leadership skills, and you stay abreast of developments pertinent to your long term professional health. The following are five great professional organizations for human resources that you should consider. 1.

www.dcnaaahr.org/about-naaahr

The organization was officially chartered at the September 1998 annual conference co-sponsored by the Baltimore Black Human Resources Network and the Washington DC Black Human Resources Network. The focus of the organization is to serve as a network, resource and forum for African American Human Resource professionals.

www.hrmac.org

The Human Resources Management Association of Chicago, or HRMAC, serves the specialized and ever-changing needs of any HR professional within the Chicago area by being a provider of best practice resources, real-life applications and a connector to HR peers and industry leaders.

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National Association of Black Accountants: Founded in 1969. Goal is to represent the than 200,000 African American professionals in accounting and finance. National Association of African Americans in Human Resources: A national organization of human resource professionals with 36 local chapters; includes consultants and students.

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Human Resources Organization Chart Template This org chart template outlines the structure of a typical Human Resources (HR) Department, including Recruiting & Hiring, Training & Development and more.