Welcome to the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), New Mexico State Council’s website. We created this site to keep you better connected with the Human Resource community in New Mexico. We hope your experience with it is both user-friendly and enjoyable. Our website will provide you with information about human resources initiatives, chapter events, and other human resource opportunities in New Mexico.
SHRM of New Mexico State Council
The SHRM New Mexico State Council is an affiliate of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), the leading membership association for over 250,000 human resources professionals worldwide. The New Mexico State Council was launched in 1987 and has been directed all these years by a group of dedicated volunteers committed to advancing and serving the professional. SHRM New Mexico is a non-profit, 100% volunteer organization whose primary objective is to support and further the human resource profession in New Mexico.
The New Mexico Chapters
Our five New Mexico chapters provide tremendous opportunities for human resource professionals to develop their careers and build invaluable networking relationships.
2012 SHRM New Mexico HR Excellence Award
Congratulations to the 2012 winner, Wendy Shannon, SPHR! This award recognizes a human resource professional and/or company who has advanced the profession in a significant way. Click here
to read more about the significance of this award and Wendy's accomplishments.
Why Participate at the State or Local Levels with SHRM?
As we start a new year with fresh perspectives and strategic plans to design and implement, consider how SHRM and local chapters can support you and your business. Not only does SHRM offer a wealth of information with conferences, online resources and live customer service support for all your human resources challenges and questions, but local chapters provide the hands on experience and community support that we all need at times to encourage and support our efforts.
Your local chapters are also planning and holding luncheons and community involvement opportunities. Joining your local chapters allows you access to give and receive valuable resources and information with other professionals.
We encourage you to take advantage of these and other educational and networking events in the future.
Please continue to visit our website and give us feedback on how we can better meet your needs.
Vicki Lusk, SPHR
State Council Director