Carmen joined HRSI in 2001 and has spent the last 20 years designing and delivering Human Resource policy and procedure for organizations in hyper growth and undergoing organizational change. Originally an HRSI consulting client, Carmen joined the family business in 2005 and spearheaded the HR strategy and operations for a multisite international business in a highly fluid, organic environment. She grew the organization by 100% developing successful cultural fit tools for recruiting, performance management, and training.
Carmen is active in the local creative writing community and has been published in a series of memoir anthologies. Together with her blended family of seven she is involved in city wide literature, music, drama, and athletic initiatives.
Interim executive leadership
Organizational development and Cultural Change
Compensation with performance plan development and administration
Recruiting process management
Her most recent in house role was Director of People Development for Eagle River and COM Investments, both organizations led by Craig McCaw.
As the Director of Human Resources at GreaterGood.com, Carmen conceptualized and implemented a complete Human Resource module while increasing headcount at a rate of 2.5/week. She also worked as Director of Human Resources and Executive Director for Residence East, the premiere multi-site non profit human service organization in East King County.
Earning her Master’s of Business from Simmons Graduate School of Management, Carmen graduated cum laude from Harvard College. Currently, Carmen holds an adjunct faculty position at the Antioch University campus in Seattle where she teaches classes in Coaching for Leadership and Change, Sustainable Business, and Mindful Leadership.
Phone (206) 226.8833