MILESTONES

  • Three-time Finalist and 2009 Honoree, San Diego Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Awards
  • Two-time Finalist, HR Professional of the Year Awards
  • Finished her first (and so far only) half-marathon doing 17-minute miles … WALKING!
  • Watched Penn State beat Ohio State live at Beaver Stadium on October 22, 2016, and lived through the celebration to tell about it!

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

Shelley, a Penn State alum with a BA in English/Writing, has over 27 years sr. human resources leadership experience and 10 years experience in corporate operations management. She helps employers build their HR infrastructures, navigate their employment relationships, and protect themselves from pitfalls.

PERSONAL NOTES

In her free time, (“which is an elusive unicorn” said Justina,) Shelley enjoys cooking and entertaining, hanging with her family, dog, and friends, watching Philadelphia Eagles football, being in nature, oil painting, reading, laughing, restorative yoga … oh, and did we mention anything related to Penn State?!

KEY STRENGTHS

  • Strategic thinker
  • Direct and caring communicator
  • Full of integrity
  • Thorough
  • Authentic
  • Unflappable

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