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President's Message



Happy New Year and welcome to 2018 the Year of Building Community. I am the first past CHRA President (2004-2005) to return in this role and I am very privileged and honored to represent our profession and all of you! So, you might ask - why did I decide to return to the board of directors as President now? My career has taken me out of the local area for many years at a company headquartered in New York with our largest employee base in Houston, so I traveled monthly. My career has taken some twists and turns over the last year and I now have more time to devote to CHRA and my local community. It is time for me to give back to the HR profession that I have been a part of for over 25 years and it is time to be home where I have lived for the last 20 years.

You might also ask - why the focus on Building Community? In our world of tumultuous change, I believe it is more important than ever before to stand together and form a community one conversation at a time. As HR professionals we have a unique position to initiate collaboration and change and positively impact our workplaces. It is our time to build community within our profession and our organizations and ultimately in our world. I know that sounds like a tall order but as Audrey Hepburn said, “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I’m possible!'"


At CHRA, we are committed to providing you resources, professional development and networking opportunities to enhance your skills as an HR Professional. The CHRA board and I CANNOT REPRESENT YOU WITHOUT YOUR HELP. This is YOUR chapter; this is YOUR voice; we need your support in helping us serve you and advancing the HR profession.


With that in mind - what will you do this year to support our HR Community? According to Amelia Earhart “The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity”. Please contact us if you have any questions about the Call to Action items below or are interested in getting involved.

  1. Renew your CHRA membership today and take advantage of all the benefits CHRA has to offer
  2. Share your time and talents and join a CHRA committee
  3. Kick start your professional development by attending CHRA monthly meetings and the Spring and Fall conferences
  4. Mentor an HR student or fellow HR professional
  5. Support our partnership with Junior Achievement and volunteer at BizTown or participate in Her Path To Promise
  6. Sponsor an upcoming CHRA event
  7. Post a message on our social media sites

So, I ask you during this season of goal setting and resolutions - what are you willing to do to build community within your HR department, your organization and the community in which you work and live? I encourage you and invite you to join me as I Build Community within CHRA by focusing on the items below:

Be bold brave and brilliant
United we stand no silos
Inspire greatness
Laugh have fun
Dialogue and connect

Collaborate be curious and courageous
Outside of the box thinking
Member focused
Mentor others
Urge accountability and commitment
Nurture trust
Innovate and co-create solutions
Transparent open honest communication
Yes And vs. Yes But

Before I close, I want to thank and commend Laura Locke for serving as our President during 2017. During her tenure Laura provided tremendous support to me and all the board directors as well as you our members. Thank you, Laura, for your support and partnership in preparing me for this awesome opportunity!

I welcome your questions, feedback and dialogue so feel free to email me at I leave you with a final quote from Mother Theresa “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples”. Thank you for who you are and all you do for our profession. I look forward to connecting with each of you during 2018.


Your President,

Lori Raggio, PHR, SHRM-CP





Announcing the Chesapeake Human Resources Association
2018 Board of Directors


Lori Raggio, MS, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP

HR Executive. Coach. Consultant 

Jason L. Nemoy, PHR
Practice Director, HR Recruiting - Chesapeake Search Partners, LLC

Brian R. Lynch, SPHR
Director, HR - 
Bon Secours Health System

Immediate Past President
Laura M. Locke, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Regional Recruitment Manager – NAM - Danfoss
  Director, Membership Development
Lynn K. Argenbright
Employee Benefits Advisor - PSA Insurance and Financial Services
Director, Membership Services
Assistant Vice President, HR - SECU
  Director, Marketing
Warren White, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Senior Associate, HR - Chesapeake Search Partners, LLC
Director, Affiliate Involvement
Jennifer Downs
President - Benefit Audit Group

Director, Workforce Readiness
Tracey Ellison, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Director, College Relations
Scott Hands
HR Coordinator - Alarm Tech Solutions LLC
  Director, Diversity and Inclusion
Colette Colclough
Vice President, HR - Maryland Public Television
Director, Spring Conference
Amanda Russo, PHR
Administrative Services Manager - Daft-McCune-Walker, Inc.
  Director, Government Affairs –
Legislative Updates

Donna M. Glover, Esq. CEBS
Baker Donelson
Director, Government Affairs -
Fall HR Employment Law/Legislative Conference

Kerstin Miller, Esq.
Associate Attorney - Smith & Downey, P.A.
  Director, Professional Development

Director, Foundation & Community Involvement
Sandra Mock-Myers
Mock Myers Consulting, LLC


Let's give a warm welcome to our NEW & RETURNING members…


Sandra Adorney, PHR - VersaTech Inc
Howard Allentoff -
Delta Career Education Corporation
Kristin Allison - PwC
Tonya Anderson -
Miles & Stockbridge
Lynn Argenbright, RHU -
PSA Insurance & Financial Services
Alexi Atkinson -
Johns Hopkins University
Nicole Barnwell -
Harford County Government
Marshall Beadle
Susan Bohn, SHRM-SCP SPHR -
Helion Automotive Technologies
Carolyn Bond -
We Care Private Duty Services, Inc.
Tracey Bordley -
KCI Technologies Inc.
Faith Borucke
Dana Boston -
Total Civil Construction & Engineering, LLC
Deborah Boyd -
Annapolis Pediatrics
Charity Brown -
Samuel Shapiro & Company, Inc.
Chamille Burch -
Marriott International
Nikki Burns -
Wise Consulting, Inc.
Catherine Burns, PHR, SHRM-CP -
Baltimore City Department of General Services
Stacey Burr, PHR, SHRM-CP -
Deidre Carroll -
Maryland SPCA
Lindsey Carter
Carol Ann Cavallaro, PHR -
Euler Hermes
Debbie Chilaris
Michelle Childers, PHR -
Arthur Bell
Heather Chism -
Matthew Clemens -
PeoplesBank, A Codorus Valley Company
Jill Cochran -
Merritt Properties
Lisa Cohn, PHR -
Jewish Community Services
Aaron Coleman, SPHR -
Kevin Creaby -
Greater Baltimore Medical Ctr.
Melissa Dabrowski - Exelon
Heather Dalton -
Element Fleet Management
Jennifer Dorian -
KeyImpact Sales & Systems, Inc.
Sherrita Ellis, PHR -
Joni Elmore -
Kona Ice of Central Baltimore County
Kevin Emerson -
Howard Bank
Rick Esterson, PHR, SHRM-CP -
Insperity Workforce Optimization
Katlyn Evanochko -
SC&H Group, LLC.
Whitney Evans -
Baltimore County Government
Karen Freeman, PHR -
Crystal Frey, SPHR CCP -
Continental Realty Corporation
Shanice Fulton
Katherine Gandy -
Straughan Environmental, Inc.
Beth Gartner -
McCormick & Co., Inc.

Diana George - Citizens Care & Rehabilitation Center
Donna Glover, Esq. CEBS JD -  Baker Donelson

Li Na Goins, CCP, SPHR, SHRM-SCP - Towne Park LLC

Linda Goldberg - WPM Real Estate Management
Deborah Grenier - Dynaxys LLC
Jennifer Groves, PHR - KatzAbosch
Renee Hall - The Arc Baltimore
Connie Harrington - Stevenson University
Shirley Helinski Fast Park & Relax
Caryn Hild - eOriginal, Inc.
Sherry Jackson
Jill Jameson - 
Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson
Melissa Jenkins, PHR -
 MOI Inc.
Britt Johnson, SPHR 
- Cristal USA Inc.
Shontae Jones - 
The Arc Baltimore

Jennifer Kane - Sam's Club
Joanna Karolenko - 
Harford County Public Schools
Mallory Kola - 
Goucher College
Jennifer Kopajtic - 
Maryland Financial Bank
Gerald Koslof, SPHR - 
Md. Aviation Administration
Bruce Krangel - 
IZI Medical Products
Christina Krummenoehl - 
Westminster Management
Aili Kujawa - 
Johns Hopkins University

Terry Lawler, PHR, SHRM-CP - The Harford Center
Kambriel Lewis - 
The Arc Baltimore

Monica Lewis - Leidos           
Lisa Livingston 
James Llamas 
MaryJo Lloyd - 
CCL Label
Laurie Luczak - 
CCL Label
Silvia Matthai - 
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Paul McMurray -
 Insight Management Consulting, LLC
Neil Merkel - 
Maryland Transportation Authority
Katherine Mooney 
- The Y in Central Maryland
Amanda Moore - 
Mary Beth Morekas - 
Murray Corporation
Anna Mullaney - 
Clark Dietrich Building Systems
Daniel Neal -
 Tuerk House, Inc.
Jennifer Nezworski 
Deborah Nosler, PHR -
 Eddies of Roland Park

 April Novak - Cardinal Health

Henry Omomah - Dunlop Protective Footwear

Eric Paltell - Kollman & Saucier, P.A.
Sandra Peregoy, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Elizabeth Perez - Chase Brexton Health Care
Trina Peters, PHR, SHRM-CP - MMARS, Inc.
Joyce Phillip, MA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP - University of Maryland Faculty Physicians, Inc.
Connie Pierce - Parking Authority of Baltimore City
Tina Marie Price - SB & Company, LLC
Amanda Price - Battelle
Christinia Reasbeck - P. Flanigan & Sons
Carlita Redd, PHR, SHRM-CP
Carolyn Roberts - KCI Technologies, Inc.
Scott Robertson - Year Up Inc.
Beth Rudy - Insight Management Consulting, LLC
Barbara Ryan, PHR - KCI Technologies, Inc
Jeremy Sanders - Towson University
Jessica Saunders, SPHR, SHRM-SCP - EllisJordan Consulting
Helene Schaefer, SPHR, SHRM-SCP - HResults, Inc.
Annette Schmidt - Harris Teeter LLC
Robyn Seabrease - Gordon Feinblatt LLC
Tammie Sedlock, SPHR - Century Engineering, Inc.
Stacy Shamberger - Skyline Group Intl
Stephanie Simmons-Wallace
Elizabeth Snead

Suzanne Soullaird - Wittenbach Business System
Lynne Sullivan - LIS Consulting
Shannon Taylor - Berman Enterprises/LIVEbe
Cameira Taylor - Group Benefit Services, Inc.
Bella Taylor - Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC)
Debbie Thomas, PHR - First Home Mortgage Corporation
Kevin Tray, M.S. SPHR SHRM-SCP - McCormick & Co., Inc.
Megan Tzafaroglou - Towson University
Robert Vaughan, PHR, SHRM-CP - DC Dental, Inc.
Thomas Veystrk - Mars Holdings LLC
Claudia Walk - Payroll Network
Michelle Walker - Stanley Black & Decker
Rachel Walter - Videology, Inc.
Robin Welbourn - Pessin Katz Law, P.A.
Kaitlyn Welsh - Mosaic Community Services, Inc.
Phillip White - Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson
Debbie Wisner, PHR - Dunbar Armored, Inc.
Michelle Wright - CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Kristi Yowell - Towson University
Jeremy Zuck - Airgas USA, LLC





Referrals Recognized


We appreciate ALL of our members, but especially those who refer us to new members! This section is reserved for recognition to those who refer new members to CHRA. 

A special thank you to:

Mashal Awadallah                  Brian Barrett                              Lindsey Brown                Lisa Cohn                  Tracy Funk                             

Tim Hogan                              Shontae Jones                          Laurie Luczak                Kenya Massey                Lee McCormick                       

Anna-Maria Palmer                 Ellen Truant                              Jean Turner                    Warren White                Nancy Zimmerman


 ...for referring new members in the month of December! Thank you for your continued support of CHRA by referring new members.


A Message from the SHRM President & CEO

Together and Forward


Dear SHRM Member,

Let me begin by saying how excited I am to be an official member of the SHRM team once again.

It is an incredible privilege for me to lead and serve this great organization of ours. I come to SHRM at a moment when the HR profession is getting more interesting and influential every day, and I want to be part of the breakthroughs that we know are coming. I can’t imagine any other organization on the globe that can lead the profession with such relevance, authority and foresight as SHRM.

Together and forward, I believe we will lead the transformation of workplaces in ways that benefit business, individuals and families. Together and forward, we will drive the ongoing evolution of our profession. Working with you, I am ready to take on the matters that affect people and workplaces, including the most difficult issues of today.

My commitment to this profession is matched by my commitment to you, our members. You are the heartbeat of this organization, and SHRM will continue to work tirelessly to serve you and advance this great profession of ours.

I look forward to meeting many of you in the coming months. Thank you sincerely for entrusting me with the privilege of leading your Society.


Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP
SHRM President & CEO


CHRA Holiday Party Photos - Thank You for Coming!

Link to Full Photo Gallery


2018 Renewal Season is Upon Us! 


Your Association continues to hear your voice and provide you with the educational programs, networking opportunities, information and resources that you value and that support our mission to Provide best‐in-class resources to empower the human resources community in their effort to drive business success. Along with our mission and in an effort to serve you, the Board of Directors has been focusing on 4 goals this year:

1. Deliver Member Value
2. Build Community
3. Enable Professional Growth
4. Be a SHRM Chapter Model of Excellence


CHRA has several renewal options:

  • AUTO-RENEW MEMBERSHIP OPTION - The most convenient!
    Professional Members can enroll in the auto-renew membership option which means that you will never need to remember to pay your dues again - CHRA will do it for you! Just select the “Auto-Renew” selection for your designated membership type. You can cancel at any time, but you will always receive a reminder before being charged. ALL members who select auto-renew will be entered a drawing to win a $100 VISA gift card! The winner will be selected at the Annual Spring Conference on April 12, 2018.
    CHRA offers two Corporate group memberships: Corporate Elite and Corporate Complete. If your company has 5-20 HR professionals that want to save on dues, contact CHRA today!

CHRA makes membership Renewal as easy as 1, 2, 3:

  1. Log-in to
  2. At the very top of the page click "Manage Profile."
  3. Choose the option to securely renew online and choose the membership type that you fall under.

Not a member yet? Click here to Join Now!


CHRA Legislative Update: Here We Go . . . The Maryland Sick Leave Battle Begins

By Donna M. Glover, Esq., Director, Legislative Affairs


Picking up from where we left off at the end of the 2017 legislative session . . . you may recall that Governor Hogan vetoed the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act because it was “deeply flawed.” The 2018 session opens on January 10, 2018, and a veto override vote is expected – how that will play out is anyone’s guess right now. The Governor plans to drop an “emergency bill” entitled “The Paid Leave Compromise Act,” which you may review by clicking here. You may also recall that the Governor ordered the Maryland DLLR to conduct a study on paid leave. You can find report on the DLLR’s study here.

In brief, under the Act, businesses with 25 or more employees will be required to offer paid leave to their employees by the year 2020. To give businesses time to prepare, the coverage would be phased in, starting in 2018 for businesses with 50 or more employees, in 2019 businesses with 40 or more employees, and extending to all applicable businesses in 2020. As noted on the Governor’s website, “in the spirit of true compromise and collaboration, the governor’s Paid Leave Compromise Act of 2018 was developed using HB1 as a starting point, striking out burdensome red tape and intrusive provisions to create a streamlined, simpler proposal.” But, the Governor’s version of the bill would allow employees to use accrued time for any reason (not just for sick and safe reasons) and employers would not be permitted to discipline employees for using accrued time, which may lead to employee abuse.

So, the plot thickens and we may see some fireworks in January 2018 when the session opens. Stay tuned!


Webinar: An Insider's Look at the Workings of the Maryland Legislative Process


Your team of presenters are:
Donna Glover, Esq., - 
CHRA's Director, Government Affairs, Legislative Updates
Rebecca Yarrison, SPHR
Carol Jacober, SPHR

HR professionals are expected to stay on top of employment-related legislative developments. So, join us on February 1, 2018 to learn:

  • How a bill becomes a law (i.e., the Maryland legislative process)
  • How you can access and track information about pending employment-related bills that may impact your business
  • The latest on the legislative battle regarding Maryland's mandatory sick leave bill and overview of employment bills filed thus far during the 2018 session

We will demonstrate how to access the legislative's activity, and to navigate the website to stay informed and on top of the issues that matter to you.

Cost: FREE and open to CHRA members only
*Not a member but would like to view this webinar? Join online today!



CHRA Workforce Readiness & Career Center


The CHRA Career Center features local HR job openings and a useful section consisting of transition and employment resources. Be sure to check our Job Board daily or set your email preferences (inside of your member portal) to email you anytime a new job is posted. Also, keep an eye out for our Bi-weekly members-only 'Jobs Flash' email highlighting current listings on the CHRA Job Board. Positions posted now include:


  Do not miss out on your potential career opportunities and keep an eye on our Career Center.

To post a Job onto our website, please click here.

 Interested in attending a local job fair? Follow this link to view upcoming local job fairs in Maryland!


  CHRA Calendar of Events 


January 17, 2018 - Monthly Education Program
5:30 - 8:00 p.m. - PSA Financial Services


February 1, 2018 - Member Only Webinar

11:00 - 11:45 a.m. - Online Webinar

February 21, 2018 - Monthly Education Program

8:30 - 11:00 a.m. - CCBC Owings Mills


March 21, 2018 - Monthly Education Program

5:30 - 8:00 p.m. - PSA Financial Services


April 12, 2018 - Annual Spring Conference
Martin's West, Baltimore, MD


May 16, 2018 - Monthly Education/Diversity Program


June 20, 2018 - Monthly Education Program



Don't forget to keep up with Non-CHRA events at our Industry events page! Click here for more details regarding Non-CHRA programs, events, and more!


CHRA Student Section  

College Relations Committee Announces TWO $1,000 Scholarships

CHRA is pleased to announce that TWO $1,000 scholarships will be offered in 2018! Each $1000 award will be granted to one undergraduate student and one graduate student who:

  • Demonstrate a commitment to the field of Human Resources; and
  • Possess proven leadership ability; and
  • Actively involved in CHRA or other HR related organizations.

We will begin accepting applications for both of these $1,000 Student Scholarships now. Award winners will be announced at the CHRA Spring Conference in 2018 (Date: April 12, 2018).


Click here to review the qualifications and to enter!


6th Annual MDSHRM College Relations Networking Event


6th Annual MDSHRM College Relations Networking Event was a wonderful event with overwhelmingly positive feedback from the students. CHRA was well represented by CHRA Board Members Jean Turner, Laura Locke and Lori Raggio among a few other volunteers.




CHRA Student Members, please contact us if you need assistance with the following:

  • Resume reviews
  • Interview preparation
  • Linking you with prospective employers for internships and regular positions
  • Providing information about a variety of careers within the Human Resources profession

Committee members find it very rewarding working with future HR professionals. To prepare students for positions in the Human Resources field, we need committee members who are available to support outreach to our partner colleges. If you are interested in joining the College Relations Committee, please contact Jean Turner at


CHRF Fellows – Recognizing the Best in the HR Profession


Founded in 2010, the Chesapeake Human Resources Foundation Fellows program honors high-achieving HR professionals. CHRF Fellows are nominated and chosen based on outstanding dedication and contribution to maintaining the honor and integrity of the human resources profession as well as service to the Chesapeake Human Resources Association and the greater Baltimore region. With 22 current members, the program is capped at a percentage of CHRA membership, accentuating the honor. Beyond the recognition, CHRF Fellows gather to exchange ideas and are able to attend “by invitation only” events.

Nominations for a new induction class will be happening soon, and more details are to come. Please consider nominating an esteemed colleague for the honor of becoming a CHRF Fellow.


 CHRA Listed in Top 25 Associations in Baltimore Business Journal


We are excited to announce that CHRA was listed on the BBJ’s Top 25 List of Associations!

Click here to view the full list of Associations recognized


We are proud to be recognized along side of National Organizations! Thank you to our members and friends who make this possible. 


Sponsorship Opportunity: CHRA Monthly Email Blasts

If you have a special event or product that you would like CHRA to feature to our 3,300+ HR members and associates, this opportunity will be of interest to you. Details:

  • CHRA will send up to one exclusive sponsored email blast per month; sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, for a total of 12 email blasts the entire year.
  • Sponsors will send the email ready details to CHRA. CHRA will simply take those details and put into our email blast software to send out. CHRA will not provide any graphics work. Details can be sent in a flyer format (jpeg) or simply with wording and logos you would like to have included.
  • CHRA reserves the right to decline the promotion of any event that it deems to be a direct conflict with CHRA's mission, or its own events and/or products.
  • Cost: Just $400 per email blast.

Contact CHRA at 443-966-3870,, to reserve your space or for more information.

CHRA's Mission and Goals

The CHRA Board of Directors is excited to share with you the new mission statement for the organization, as well as the four overarching goals of the organization for at least the next three years. It is our promise, as your elected board of directors, to continuously strive to achieve these goals and work toward this mission so that you, as members, receive the best possible return on investment for your CHRA membership!

CHRA Awarded 2016 SHRM Learning System Champions


The competency-based SHRM-CP® and SHRM-SCP® credentials are the new global standard in HR certification. These credentials are among the first HR certifications focused on teaching and testing the practical, real-life information HR professionals need to advance their organizations, and excel in their careers today, including knowledge, skills, and behavioral competencies.

The SHRM Learning System Champion status is a recognition of our chapter’s hard work to elevate the HR profession through professional development and HR knowledge among members, gained from SHRM certification. SHRM created this prestigious distinction in support of its premier educational product. This status also helps to promote the HR profession at the local level by using the SHRM Learning System® for SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP.


Interested in Sponsoring a CHRA Event? Think of CHRA for Upcoming Marketing Budgets!


Consider sponsorship to many of CHRA’s great events! Whether you are an Affiliate Member or a professional HR member whose Company provides services to the HR community – see the opportunities available to promote yourself to our ever growing membership! Click on this link --> SPONSORSHIP! and call Kristen Phillips at 443-966-3870 ext. 148 or Jennifer Downs at 410-878-7965 to discuss how we can help you grow your business!

 We Want YOUR Suggestions!

CHRA is always looking for suggestions from members and this time we would like to know any fun locations for our next Networking Event!

If you have any fun location suggestions for future Networking Events, please let us know at

 Did you know… 


CHRA has an online Member Directory and you have complete control over the visibility of your contact information?


· CHRA never gives out our members emails or phone numbers.

· CHRA members can connect with each other through the members-only CHRA online directory; a member benefit to help connect like-minded professionals.

· You have FULL CONTROL over the privacy settings in your CHRA online member profile!

Don’t want certain information public in your profile?
Click herefor easy instructions to make it private

  New from When Work Works – FREE Workflex Assessment 


Ever wonder how your workplace flexibility strategies stack up against other organizations in your industry across the U.S.? Now you can find out by completing the free Workflex Assessment courtesy of When Work Works. The survey takes roughly 15 minutes to complete and once finished you’ll be provided feedback on what your organization is doing well and about opportunities for improving your flexible workplace policies. 


 SHRM Designation and Certification Credentials

For more information on the SHRM designation, please see the linked article below.


PHR/SPHR/GPHR and SHRM-CP/SHRM SCP Certification Credentials - BREAKDOWN 


 Submitting Professional Development Credits (PDC’s) for your SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP Certifications

Denise Smoot, MD SHRM Certification Director has created an easy to follow tutorial document on how to submit chapter Professional Development Credits to SHRM. 

Click here to view the tutorial. What a great resource! Additional information can be obtained by visiting


  Recent Member News

Are you a CHRA member who has recently received the SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, PHR or SPHR designation or who recently took on a new position and would like to announce it to the membership? If so, please let us know. To share news with other members in an upcoming newsletter, please email us at


  Get Involved CHRA Style! 


CHRA offers many ways to get involved in our organization. For members, we have numerous committees that are always looking for new volunteers. And by volunteering on a committee, you can earn up to three (3) HRCI recertification credits per year! Companies that are interested in getting involved and reaching out to HR professionals can sponsor CHRA events, or advertise through our website and mailings to over 880 members, and thousands of HR professionals in the area! 

Click here to see our full list of Committees


 Did you know that you can contribute to the Chesapeake Human Resource Foundation (CHRF) simply by designating #8595 during your United Way giving?

CHRF is the fundraising arm of the Chesapeake Human Resources Association (CHRA). Our vision is to develop and provide the funding necessary to run and expand programs in connecting people to work. We are dedicated to supporting community outreach in the form of successful CHRA facilitated programs. Recent Funding includes the Junior Achievement “Her Path To Promise” initiative. All participants are from at-risk backgrounds in Baltimore City and transitioning from the foster care system.

Please consider giving back to the community through these noteworthy efforts that engage the expertise of human resource professionals and make a difference.

For more detailed information, please visit the CHRA website and click on the CHRA section.
CHRF Webpage Link

Anyone donating to the United Way campaign can designate their funds to the CHRF! Just indicate the following:

Agency Donation number: 8595

Chesapeake HR Foundation

9 Newport Drive, Suite 200
Forest Hill, MD 21050

Thanks for the support! We appreciate it.

  Need Information on Advertising and Sponsoring with CHRA?


Need access to 1,000+ Association members, as well as hundreds of additional HR practitioners? CHRA offers several cost-effective opportunities to sponsor, advertise, and even post jobs. If interested, please download this helpful brochure.


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