Sheree Knowles

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Sheree Knowles is a talented executive with over 25 years of HR leadership experience. She founded HR Knowledge Source (HRKS), a human resources and talent management firm, in 2013. She later founded Human Capital Consulting Consortium (H3C), a certified DBE and a certified 8(a) firm, in 2016. Prior to joining the entrepreneurial community, Sheree served as the Vice President of HR for companies with regional and national geographic footprints. Sheree is an accomplished HR practitioner who has achieved multiple certifications and designations throughout her career including: EQi 2.0 (Emotional Intelligence); SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources); CPM (Certified Project Manager); MBTI (Myers-Briggs); DiSC. She is a Certified EEOC Investigator, a Certified Facilitator for ELI, Inc’s Civil Treatment Programs and a Master Facilitator for Facebook’s Leadership and Diversity Programs. Sheree is considered to be a thought-leader and subject matter expert (SME) in HR, with an emphasis in workplace civility, HR compliance, emotional intelligence, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as well as in employment investigations, employee engagement, and project management. Sheree is a highly regarded business leader, curriculum architect, dynamic facilitator, panelist and professional speaker. She has been a featured presenter at multiple HR Star Conferences, DisruptHR, SHRM-Atlanta Conferences, the Project Management Institute, The Plan Sponsor University (TPSU), and National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR) events. She created and currently facilitates a 4-week course for small business start-ups. She has also developed a course and workbook for HR professionals looking to transition into the consulting, gig economy. She was recently featured in Voyage ATL Magazine. She is active in a variety of nonprofit organizations such as the Urban League of Greater Atlanta and previously served as a Board Advisor for the NAAAHR Atlanta Chapter. Ms. Knowles is a graduate of the University of Dayton. She is also an avid runner and Zumba enthusiast.

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