AHRMA's SHRM Chapter number is #0244

We have declared 2015 our year to: 

GIVE-Get Involved, Volunteer, Exceed. 

Join AHRMA at our December Luncheon on December 3rd! 


The December Meeting Keynote:

Lisa Rueth, CEO Cultivate Leadership

Creating a Deeper Impact, Through Leadership

Leadership Expert, CEO Coach and OD Consultant Lisa Rueth answers the most burning questions about leadership: “What makes a great leader?”, “What habits to successful leaders insist upon?” and, ultimately, "What should you be focused on, to make a deeper impact in 2016?" Through storytelling, Lisa shares what she has observed from leaders and organizations that create, or sabotage, innovation, growth, change with grace and purposeful work that people can be excited about. This funny, thought provoking and inspiring session will help you reflect on your efforts in 2015 and give you a template that allows you to be intentional about your leadership goals in 2016.

Celebrate AHRMA’s 65th Anniversary

with a donation to the

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AHRMA was recognized in 2013 & 2014 as the top SHRM Chapter Donor to the SHRM Foundation.  Your donation in 2015 will take AHRMA to the top for an unprecedented reign as Top SHRM Chapter!

The SHRM Foundation provides:

  • Innovative academic research grants: the SHRM Foundation is a leading funder of HR research.  
  • Scholarships: the SHRM Foundation awards $170,000 annually in education and certification scholarships to professional and student SHRM members, and doctoral students. 
  • Educational resources: the SHRM Foundation's Effective Practice Guidelines series makes research findings easily accessible to HR practitioners.  The Foundation has also created a series of educational DVDs for SHRM chapter programming, staff trainings, and executive education sessions.

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AHRMA's Wendy Chance Wins the 2016 Texas Volunteer of the Year! 

Congratulations to Wendy Chance, CTS, the 2016 Texas Volunteer of the Year. The Texas Volunteer Leader of the Year Award recognizes those whose volunteer efforts and impact are exemplary in serving our HR community.

When not busy as vice president of Evins Personnel Consultants, Wendy manages to find time to volunteer with her local chapter in Austin, Texas SHRM, and the HRSouthwest Conference. Previous roles include president and vice president of programs for AHRMA, assistant director of marketing for Texas SHRM, and College Relations Committee for the HRSouthwest Conference. These are just a few of the recent roles Wendy has held over the seven years she has been involved.

One of Wendy’s peers had this to say about her: "The lives touched by Wendy cannot be measured. However, the program she was instrumental in initiating can be measured. $30,000 in scholarship dollars will assist 15 individuals in fulfilling their dreams. The opportunity to give back is her mantra. As a person with an entrepreneurial mind and a big heart, she spends countless hours of her time and resources to support our profession."

Wendy does not believe in sitting on the sidelines. She will always show up with a positive attitude and plenty of energy regardless of the job. She is the person who will introduce herself and make sure people feel welcome and included. Wendy is a tremendous role model to all of us as Volunteer Leader of the Year.

Proposed Slate of Officers for AHRMA's Board of Directors: 2016 - 2017 





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AHRMA is recognized by SHRM to offer
Professional Development Credits (PDCs)
for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP. 












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