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The 2009 HR Honor Roll

Read profiles of this year's HR Honor Roll awardees, who were honored for their ability to handle significant problems in the human resource field, their success in establishing the HR function as an integral part of their organizations, their management skills and their contributions to the HR profession.

Friday, October 2, 2009
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The judges of the HR Honor Roll competition based their selections on the candidate's ability to handle significant problems in the human resource field, the candidate's role and/or success in establishing the HR function as an integral part of his or her organization, the candidate's management skills as demonstrated within the HR function and the candidate's contributions to the HR profession.

The Honor Roll is divided into two categories: Organizations with 7,500 or fewer employees and organizations with more than 7,500 employees.

The 2009 HR Honor Roll winners are:

Organizations with 7,500 employees or more:

V. Michael Ferdinandi  
Senior Vice President - Human Resources and Corporate Communications  
CVS Caremark Corporation

Elease E. Wright  
Senior Vice President, Human Resources  
Aetna Inc.

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Organizations with fewer than 7,500 employees:

Christina K. Picha  
HR Director  
Austin Public Schools

Natalie Saiz  
Director of Human Resources  
Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, NASA

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