National Association of African Americans in HR to Hold Induction Ceremony

National Association of African Americans in Human Resources

The National Association of African Americans in Human Resources – USVI Chapter (NAAAHR-USVI) will hold an induction ceremony at 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 16, in The Kings Alley Hotel conference room.

NAAAHR-USVI is the first of its kind in the Virgin Islands. Its purpose is to provide a forum for Virgin Islands HR professionals and affiliate members who share the ideals and best practices of the human resources profession.

It will use this forum to enable HR practitioners to share and gain information on all talent management solutions affecting their individual careers and quality of work life as well as to promote the agenda of the profession. NAAAHR-USVI will provide networking, educational and professional development, mentorship and coaching opportunities.

NAAAHR is an inspirational and unique career development and networking powerhouse for black and African American HR practitioners and those who are aligned with its goals.

The NAAAHR President Erika Broadwater and Senior Vice President Michelle Brewer will travel to St. Croix to induct the members of the Virgin Islands chapter into the national organization.