Annie Goffard Named President-Elect of Green Bay Chapter SHRM
GREEN BAY, WI (June 8, 2021) – Carnivore Meat Company Human Resources Generalist Annie Goffard has been named President-Elect of the Green Bay chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (GB SHRM). She will serve a three-year term starting June 1. Goffard will serve as President-Elect for June 2021-2022, as President June 2022-2023 and as past President June 2023-2024.
Goffard uses her wide-range of experiences, charismatic heart and deep-sense of loyalty to serve in the HR realm. After attaining her Bachelors of Science degrees in Accounting and Business Administration from University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Goffard worked as a finance manager before managing her own certified home daycare for several years. She then joined a nonprofit as a bookkeeper and executive assistant where she also managed HR responsibilities and became highly skilled in recruiting, interviewing, hiring, orientation, benefit administration and compliance.
After gaining her SHRM certification in 2017 and experience with organizational strategic planning, she felt her diverse skill set would be best utilized in a full-fledged HR role. She joined Carnivore Meat Company in 2019. Using her experience as a parent as well as a past daycare provider, Goffard understands many of the challenges employees face, making her approach in human resources unique. Annie has been a member of GB SHRM since 2018, most recently sat on the Programming Committee, and also serves on the Greater Green Bay Chamber’s School-to-Career Committee.
As President-Elect, Goffard will lead GB SHRM in empowering area Human Resources professionals through educational and networking opportunities.
“I’m very thankful to have this opportunity to serve my fellow HR colleagues. My top aspiration during my tenure as President-Elect is to assist the chapter in strategic planning and networking to strengthen GB SHRM’s impact within our community. ”
GB SHRM provides Human Resource Professionals in the greater Green Bay area opportunities to create beneficial networks, to have relevant professional development, and to make a positive impact on the Human Resource profession.
“We are very excited to have Annie joining the GB SHRM Chapter Board as President-Elect,” says current GB SHRM President Pam Berkovitz. “Annie is a dedicated HR professional who brings HR and finance knowledge to the board. She will be an integral part of growing GB SHRM membership, providing quality programming and fostering essential leadership to the chapter.”
SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, creates better workplaces where employers and employees thrive together. As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces. With 300,000+ HR and business executive members in 165 countries, SHRM impacts the lives of more than 115 million workers and families globally. Learn more at SHRM.org and on Twitter @SHRM.
About Carnivore Meat Company
Carnivore Meat Company is an award-winning manufacturer of premium raw frozen and freeze-dried pet food and treats. The Green Bay, Wisconsin company’s rapidly growing brands include Nature’s Advantage®, Vital Essentials®, VE RAW BAR and Vital Cat®, which are distributed to over 6,000 retailers nationwide, in 14 international markets and online to Chewy.com, Amazon, PetFlow.com and others. Long considered a raw pet food pioneer, the company’s freeze-dried products division supplies private label, co-packing and ingredients to customers globally. Carnivore Meat Company is family owned and has been recognized for its growth accomplishments and manufacturing excellence with a number of awards in recent years, including Greater Green Bay Chamber Growth Award, Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award, Governor’s Export Achievement Award, Greater Green Bay Chamber Manufacturing Award of Distinction and Inc 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies. www.carnivoremeat.com
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