Meet HRMAC Leadership

HRMAC Leadership

HRMAC is led by business executives from leading Chicago-area organizations. The Board of Directors is composed of the following members. 

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2018-2019 Executive Committee

Angela Hills, Interim President & CEO


Angela is the Interim President & CEO of HRMAC. Her human resources career spans various roles at Cielo, Inc, including EVP of People and Culture, Managing Director of the Americas and Chief Revenue Officer. In these roles, she helped the organization expand globally and achieve industry recognition as one of the top Recruitment Process Outsourcing providers in the world. Prior to joining Cielo, formerly known as Pinstripe before expanding globally and rebranding, Angela spent 17 years with Blessing White, Inc., where she led business development and consulting operations in their central region.  Angela was elected to the HRMAC Board in 2014.  She has been a frequent presenter to HRMAC CHRO Roundtables, an active member of the Leadership Series and Summit committees, Chair of the Awards committee, Secretary of the HRMAC Board of Directors in 2016-2017, and Vice Chair of the HRMAC Board of Directors in 2017-2018.

Andrea Barry


Andrea works closely with senior management and focuses on talent development programs, performance management and succession planning, among other HR functions and employee-facing initiatives.  Prior to joining Breakthru Beverage Group, and its predecessor Wirtz Beverage, she held increasingly senior roles with Borg-Warner, Kellogg Company and Culligan International, where she served as the SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer.  Andrea was elected to the HRMAC Board in 2014 and currently serves on the Future Leaders Committee. She currently serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer of Methode Electronics.

Irina Konstantinovsky


Irina joined Horizon in 2017 as executive vice president, chief human resources officer reporting to the Chairman and CEO.  In this role, Irina works closely with Horizon’s senior management and the Board of Directors and has accountability for all aspects of human capital management of a publicly-traded company.  

Prior to Horizon, she was vice president of global talent at Baxter International Inc. where she led oversaw organizational effectiveness, leadership development, inclusion and diversity and talent acquisition for more than 50,000 employees worldwide.  Prior to Baxter, Irina spent 15 years in senior partner and director roles at Towers Watson (currently Willis Towers Watson), a global human resources consulting firm serving Fortune 1000 companies.

Irina has a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Buenos Aires and two master’s degrees from Cornell University – one in higher education and one in industrial and labor relations. Irina is serving her second term as Secretary of the Board in 2018-2019.  Her prior leadership roles in HRMAC include chairing the Leadership Series committee in 2015 and chairing HRMAC’s Summit in 2016.  In addition, Irina serves on the board of directors of the YWCA of Chicago.

Terrance Collins



Terrance joined The Manitowoc Company, Inc. as their Senior Vice President of Human Resources in April 2018. Manitowoc is a leading global manufacturer of cranes and lifting solutions with manufacturing, distribution, and service facilities in 20 countries. He is responsible for the strategic development and execution of Manitowoc‘s human resources function globally including; talent acquisition, talent development, inclusion and diversity, employee engagement, compensation and benefits programs, employee and labor relations, HR technology and HR administration and compliance.

Prior to joining Manitowoc, Terrance served as the Chief Administrative Officer at FDH Velocitel, Inc. where he led the company’s HR, Safety and IT functions. Previous leadership roles include; Chief Human Resources Officer at Zebra Technologies, Global Vice President Human Resources at IDEX Corporation, Senior Vice President of Human Resources for AmSam LLC and Vice President of Human Resources at Alliant Foodservice.

Terrance was elected to the HRMAC Board in 2014 and currently serves as the association’s Treasurer. His past duties have included Co-Chair of HRMAC's International interest Group and committee member for the Future Leaders Program.


2018-2019 Directors

George Atkinson


George serves as a Senior Client Partner with Korn/Ferry and recently observed his 20th year with the firm. He is a graduate of Cornell University and Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management. George was elected to HRMAC's board in 2016.



Jason Clayton

Jason Clayton joined JBT in September 2016 as its Executive Vice President, Human Resources. Mr. Clayton has extensive industrial experience and a broad HR background, including leadership roles in talent acquisition and management, and compensation. Prior to joining JBT, Mr. Clayton served as Vice President, Human Resources for Signode Industrial Group, an industrial packaging company since September 2015. He served as Vice President, Human Resources, with IDEX Corporation from July 2010 to September 2015. Prior to that, Mr. Clayton served in a variety of HR management roles with Pepsi and Newell Rubbermaid. Mr. Clayton holds an M.S., Human Resources, Industrial Relations, from West Virginia University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Management from the University of Florida.




Jim Conniff


Donna Dorsey


Donna Grant Dorsey currently serves as Chief Human Resources Officer for Navistar, Inc. Navistar is a leading manufacturer of commercial trucks, buses, defense vehicles and engines with over 10 billion dollars in revenue employing over 14,000 employees globally. As a senior leader for the company, she is responsible for all aspects of Human Resource strategy. Working with the organizations senior leaders and the Board of Directors, Donna drives results by providing strategic business and human capital leadership to drive change and innovation during the company’s turnaround. Prior to this role she led the strategic HR direction of all business operations while overseeing the team of HR Business Partners. She worked closely with the business leaders to determine the best approaches to leadership and organization development, succession planning, talent development, staffing, total rewards and strategic HR issues. She previously held roles within Navistar with increasing levels of responsibility including the leadership of Navistar’s Integrated Product Development organization.

Prior to joining Navistar, Dorsey was senior manager, human resources at Sears, Roebuck & Company (now Sears Holding) where she was instrumental at leading the development of people strategies for corporate functions and serving as a leader for diversity initiatives across the enterprise.

She has held other positions of increasing responsibility in Human Resources including: Human Resources Generalist – American Hospital Association Employment Representative – Morgan Stanley Dean Witter HR Generalist – Chicago Park District

As a leader in both her community and profession, Donna is a board member/former President of the Board of Directors for the national non-profit organization HealthConnect One. In addition, she was recently voted to the board of the Human Resource Management Association of Chicago. She has received numerous honors including 2013 Illinois Diversity Council’s Most Powerful and Influential Women Award and 2012 Diversity MBA Magazine Top 50 under 50. She has been a speaker on topics ranging from Building Effective People Strategies and Driving Talent Reviews during a turnaround to The Power of Women of Color. In addition, she is a member of the National Urban League, the American Bar Association and the Illinois Bar Association. She holds a Paralegal certificate and is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Rutgers University and a Juris Doctorate from Chicago Kent College of Law with a certification in labor and employment law. While in law school, she was president of Black Law Students Association.


Beth Hayden


As SVP of People & Development (CHRO) for Backstop Solutions, Beth Hayden is responsible for aligning business and talent strategies, and creating a world-class employee experience that advances the company brand and culture. With over twenty years’ experience as a human capital executive Beth has helped various companies transform their people practices and earn recognition as a best place to work. Most recently, Beth was Chief Human Resources Officer, Americas at JLL, a global commercial real estate services organization. In this role, she provided leadership for the dynamic people function, in alignment with significant organizational growth plans. Prior to JLL, Beth served as Vice President of Human Resources at RIC and Trizec Properties, and held a global HR role at Morton International. Beth earned her MBA from the Kellogg School of Business at Northwestern, and holds a BS in Psychology from the University of Illinois. She serves on the Executive Committee of the YWCA and the Development Board of PAWS.



Donna Jennings

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Caprice Perez


Imran Qureshi

Imran's role as Head of Midwest Region gives him overall responsibility for Willis Towers Watson's business in the region. He also is one of the firm's global client relationship directors. Imran has a strong background in working with clients and more than twenty three years of consulting experience in a broad range of industry sectors. Prior to joining the firm, Imran was an international consultant in the United Kingdom. Imran holds a BSc. degree in mathematics from the University of Manchester and a diploma in International Employee Benefits from IEBA. A frequent speaker and media resource, Imran was selected by Business Insurance magazine as one of '40 under 40 people to watch' in commercial insurance and risk/benefits management services industries. Imran served on HRMAC's board in the early 2000's as an Interest Group representative and was elected to the board again in 2016 as a three-year director. He is serving on the education committee.

Immediate Past Chair

Vicki Slomka



Vicki Slomka is the Senior Vice President of Global Human Resources at Ideal Industries. Previously, she was the Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for Elkay Manufacturing Company. Vicki joined Elkay in 2008 to help the organization through several leadership transitions, including a new President & CEO. Maintaining Elkay’s values-based culture during the transitions has been a key focus area, along with developing strong leaders for Elkay’s future.

Before Elkay, Vicki spent nine-years with Newell Rubbermaid during the Rubbermaid integration and through two CEO changes. Prior to Newell Rubbermaid, Vicki worked for Moen, a manufacturer and distributor of faucets and plumbing and Edward Don, a marketer and distributor to the restaurant and hotel industry.

Vicki serves on the Advisory Board for Novo Group, a privately held recruiting organization and is an active member of the Oak Brook Chamber of Commerce serving on the Workforce Development Committee. Vicki also volunteers her time mentoring women through Women Unlimited’s LEAD program. Vicki was elected to the Board in 2013 and elected to Chair in 2017. She has served on the Education Committee, the CHRO Forums Committee, the Centennial Task Force and will now chair the Awards Task Force.

Leah Stallone



Leah Stallone is a lifelong learner and strong optimist who started her career in full cycle recruitment at a boutique staffing agency. Upon completing her MBA at Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business, she earned her stripes working in Human Resource at several notable Chicago institutions: managing the benefits & retirement program at Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation, pivoting into a business partner role at William Blair & Company before finding her “home” in training and development at Charles River Associates (CRA). As Senior Manager, Learning & Professional Development, Leah is able to combine her passion for creating a fun, educational environment with a meaningful mission: driving the momentum of the business through professional growth of its individuals and teams. Leah Stallone is actively involved in the Chicago HR community, with experience as Co-Chair for the Young HR Leaders Interest Group and contributor on the HRMAC Membership team. She current sits on the Keller HR Advisory board.


Dan Veytsman



Dan Veytsman is currently the Vice President of Human Resources at Marmon Engineered Components Company. Marmon Engineered Components Company, is a multibillion-dollar industrial group organized into three business sectors: Distribution Services, providing specialty metal pipe, tubing, beams, and related products to a broad range of industries; Electrical & Plumbing Distribution Products, supplying electrical building wire, copper tube for the plumbing, HVAC, and refrigeration markets, aluminum tubing, and brass fittings and valves for many commercial and industrial uses; and Industrial Products, whose products include fasteners and fastener coatings for construction and industrial markets, and safety products such as cut and heat-resistant gloves, and portable industrial lighting equipment for public safety and mining applications.

Prior to joining Marmon, Dan was Vice President Human Resources at a global conferencing and communications provider called West Corporation/InterCall. Dan also served in numerous HR positions at a global telecommunications manufacturer called Tellabs, including as a Singapore based Head of HR, Asia Pac Region assignment. Prior to Tellabs, Dan worked in the Computer Software industry for Platinum Technology in various, Sales, Recruiting, Global Training roles.

Dan received a B.S. in Hospitality & Tourism Management with a minor in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Stout. He has earned the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) designation.

Dan is active in the Human Resources Management Association of Chicago (HRMAC), has served as Co-Chair of the HRMAC International Interest Group.

Dan is married and has 3 children.


Chris Williams


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