• Past State Director

The Past State Director serves as a member of the State Council providing the continuity of leadership. The Past State Director provides advice and counsel to the State Director. 
 
Responsible to:
State Director
 
Responsibilities:
Attend all State Council meetings, actively participating in Council matters.
Assist in the identification, recruitment, and selection of future Council leaders.
Represent the Council to SHRM chapters and the public as required.
Chair the nominations committee and coordinate nomination activities.
Act as backup to the State Director and preside over Council events as necessary.
Assist with special projects as assigned by State Director.
Perform other duties as assigned by State Director.

 

Requirements:
SHRM membership in good standing required.
Served a term of office as State Director required.

Term:
Serves a one-year term beginning with the first day of January ending the last day of December.

 

 

 
Contact Information
 
KellieDunn-Poggemann, SPHR

Kellie Dunn-Poggemann, SPHR
Human Resources Principal Business Partner
Gannett Co. Inc 
3500 N. Executive Drive
Appleton, WI 54912
Ph: 920-993-7105
Fx: 920.996.7209
Em: kdunn@gannett.com
 

 

Bio:
Kellie Dunn-Poggemann, SPHR, is a Central Region HR Business Partner with Gannett Co, Inc. where she has been employed for over 6 years.  Previously, she worked at Plexus Corp. in Neenah, WI, for over 7 years holding positions in Corporate Human Resources, Compensation, and Employment Legal. 
In addition to working at Gannett, Kellie has been involved with SHRM since 1990 starting as a student chapter member at UW-Eau Claire.  She has held several SHRM leadership positions throughout her career including Green Bay SHRM Chapter President, State Council SHRM Conference Liaison Director, Leadership Director, Secretary and Wisconsin State Conference Co-Chair.
Kellie currently serves on the Fox Cities YMCA – Human Resources Committee.  Kellie has also been a guest speaker over the years for various HR courses at area universities and FVTC.