Tom Darrow and Pam Beckerman joined as Alvin C. Miles’ in-studio guests to discuss ‘Cultivating High Potential Leadership’! Listen in for several invaluable tips and advice to help increase your leadership acumen.
Tom is a nationally known recruiting consultant, career transition expert and Executive Search professional. He’s a leader in SHRM-Atlanta where he’s served as past two-year President of SHRM-Atlanta, SHRM at the national level, currently serves on the SHRM Foundation Board and is Chair of the Board of the Inward Bound Center for Nonprofit Leadership. Tom’s specialties focus in the areas of Human Resources, Professional Services, Non-profits and Christian ministries. He’s also Founder and President of the Atlanta HR Prayer Breakfast.
Tom is a past Board member of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta and the Partnership Against Domestic Violence.
Tom worked 10+ combined years for Price Waterhouse and Accenture
BBA in Accounting, University of Notre Dame
Tom and his wife Anne live in Murphy, North Carolina and Atlanta, Georgia
Tom is a minority shareholder of the Green Bay Packers
Tom has performed at The PunchLine, The Southeast’s Premiere Comedy Club.
Pam Beckerman/ Vice President, Human Resources for Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
Pam Beckerman is a seasoned HR executive who partners with business leaders to advance strategic objectives by unleashing the talent and potential of employee communities. Currently the Vice President, HR for the Metro Atlanta Chamber, Pam has lead programs encompassing the complete employee life cycle. She has designed and implemented hiring, performance management, rewards, retention, leadership development, employee reduction, and organizational development programs in the consulting, banking and education industries. Under her leadership, Kurt Salmon Associates, where she was the top talent executive for 12 years, earned accolades as one of the Top Ten Consulting Firms to Work For for six consecutive years. She coaches individuals and teams on setting and achieving goals and working collaboratively and compassionately with colleagues to solve a wide range of business and career challenges.
Pam holds a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a Masters in Organizational Communication from the University of California at Santa Barbara. A member of SHRM, she lives in Marietta and enjoys volunteering, hiking by the Chattahoochee with her family, and reading.
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