MISSION AND VISION STATEMENT

The New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources [NAAAHR New Jersey] exists to further the mission of the nationally-established and recognized organization in providing a unique global forum for the career development of Black and African American human resources professionals.

 

Our vision is to expand awareness of the impact that diverse, inclusive values and experiences bring to the workforces that support highly successful New Jersey-based companies. We will do this by building and sustaining a chapter that provides ongoing educational, skill-building, and networking opportunities for our individual members, professional partners, and sponsoring corporations. We will also serve as a resource for local women and minority-owned businesses and community-based organizations through our dedicated partnerships within the areas in which we live and work.

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Our NAAAHR New Jersey Board offers a breadth and depth of experience in several HR disciplines, and they are passionate about introducing new ways to increase both the professional development of - and personal connections between -  New Jersey's amazingly diverse population of HR practitioners.

Vanessa Phipps
President



I am excited about NAAAHR New Jersey because I have seen the brilliance, energy, and dedication that African American human resources professionals bring to their work, and I now have the opportunity to join, learn from, and contribute to that community of greatness.
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Charlotte Briscoe
V.P. of Finance


I am excited about NAAAHR New Jersey because it is a unique opportunity to expose African-American HR professionals to an organization that will provide value, development and networking opportunities. I am sure it will benefit them professionally as well as personally!
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Denise Bailey
V.P. of Membership
Crystal Chisholm
V.P. of Branding & Social Media


I am excited about NAAAHR New Jersey because it is an invaluable resource in supporting African American HR professionals and serving our communities. To be a part of an organization that mirrors my passion in developing and sharing tools that promote career growth and success warrants my commitment.
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Natalie Robinson
V.P. of Marketing & Communications


I am excited about NAAAHR New Jersey because of its global forum, which purposely represents people of the African diaspora that work in Human Resources. Being part of NAAAHR New Jersey allows me to align my goals, share my ideas, gain knowledge and offer leadership/support to all levels on career and global growth ability in the workforce.
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Jakarta Robinson
V.P/Co-Chair of Programs & Professional Development


I am excited about NAAAHR New Jersey because I have the opportunity to engage with a dedicated, intelligent group of African American professionals. It provides me an opportunity to share experiences, discuss various HR issues, and learn from this group of professionals. Finally, I have an opportunity to participate in local programs and events and give back to the community.
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OPEN BOARD POSITIONS

Vice President of Community Outreach and External Affairs

Calling all Exceptional HR professionals who are great at building relationships and passionate about community outreach! Our chapter is looking for a VP of Community Outreach and External Affairs to lead initiatives that create more chapter visibility and branding, including college relations and community outreach. 

This is a Volunteer Leadership position with a National Organization

National Association of African Americans in Human Resources - New Jersey Chapter (NAAAHRNJ)

41 Watchung Plaza #365

Montclair, NJ 07042

 

 

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Charlotte Briscoe

V.P. of Finance I am excited about NAAAHR New Jersey because it is a unique opportunity to expose African-American HR professionals to an organization that will provide value, development and networking opportunities. I am sure it will benefit them professionally as well as personally! (Click below to read Charlotte's bio)

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