Through the efforts of committed members, be recognized as the leading human resource management organization in the Central Valley by: Providing high value, high quality, dynamic, and responsive programs and service to our members.
- Being the voice of the profession on workplace issues.
- Guiding the advancement of the human resource profession
History of CentralCalSHRM
Central California Society for Human Recourse Management (CCSHRM) – #107
Charter Date: December 5, 1968
CCHSRM’S original name was the San Joaquin Valley Personnel Association Chapter of the American Society for Personnel Administration. The organization’s name changed on September 01, 1989 to Human Resource Association of Central California and again in 2017 to Central California Society for Human Recourse Management.
Notes of Interest:
The organization’s name changed on September 01, 1989 from San Joaquin Valley Personnel Association to Human Resource Association of Central California.
The chapter chartered with: 32 members of whom 14 were ASPA Members – remaining members became National members shortly thereafter.
The Original Petition for Charter signed on October 29, 1968.
Past Chapter Presidents:
|1976 William N. Patterson||1991 Barbara Logan||2006 Brenda Budke|
|1977 John R. Meeks||1992 Mark K. Forbes||2007 Christine Nutting|
|1978 Lionel V. Talbot||1993 Kathryn Wagoner||2008 Dawn Cagle|
|1979 Lionel V. Talbot||1994 Virginia J. Hiestand||2009 Rob Weil|
|1980 Tino Alvarez||1995 Jeanne Cormier||2010 Cheryl Hall|
|1981 Robert McFerron||1996 Julieanne V. Porter||2011 Cori Winn Charles|
|1982 Not Available||1997 Kimberly Hansen||2012 Michael Garcia|
|1983 Diane Fairchild||1998 Donaday Chapman||2013 Paul Bauer|
|1984 Colette M. Loogman||1999 Carol Lewis||2014 Dawn Cagle|
|1985 Robert L. Metcalf||2000 Sue McCombs||2015 Doug Larsen|
|1986 Diane Hayes||2001 Doug M. Larsen||2016 Korinna Pedrosa|
|1987 Ruth Evans||2002 Natalie Morris||2017 Jeff Esraelian|
|1988 Ruth Evans||2003 Manjit K Muhar-Atwal|
|1989 Sam B. Geil||2004 Ward M. Scheitrum|
|1990 Sam B. Geil||2005 Mary Renner|