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DallasHR Volunteer of the Month

James Lawless
Field Recruiter, FedEx Office

“JD has been a huge asset to Collin CountyHR, powered by DallasHR.  As a member of the education committee, JD was very involved in planning and executing our education events for CCHR.  He even took the lead on our veteran education session this past summer, educating attendees on the value of recruiting veterans and helped to build relationships between the business and veteran community. We’re grateful for JD’s commitment and look forward to having him involved for years to come.” Mike Pierce, Director- Elect Collin CountyHR 


The HRSouthwest Conference Volunteer of the Month

Maxine Walker 

Manager HR/Employment, Collin College

“I nominated  Maxine because we had our first virtual meeting for the HRSouthwest Conference.  As part of the assignments for the volunteers, they were responsible for monitoring the chat and assist the speakers.   During the conference, I was assisting Maxine in a couple of sessions and  Maxine did an excellent job moderating her sessions, she was very engaging with the speakers and also with the attendees. “ Shirley Johnson, Director of Ed Sessions 

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