Shirl Jenkins Elevates to EVP, Chief HR Officer at IntelliDyne; Tony Crescenzo Comments

Shirl JenkinsShirl Jenkins, a 25-year human resources veteran and former HR director of IntelliDyne, has been promoted to the roles of executive vice president and chief HR officer at the Falls Church, Va.-based technology consulting firm.

She will oversee strategic programs at the company’s HR department and continue to develop talent acquisition, employee recognition, professional development and corporate diversity initiatives, IntelliDyne said Tuesday.

“Under her leadership, she has successfully initiated, developed and launched a series of the most significant human capital programs in our corporate history, resulting in IntelliDyne’s current success, ” IntelliDyne CEO Tony Crescenzo said.

“Shirl has helped enhance our employee engagement, achieve higher employee retention and enabled the company to recruit top caliber talent, ” Crescenzo added.

Jenkins worked at SRA International for 18 years and held the HR VP position there before joining IntelliDyne in 2009.

IntelliDyne won numerous industry awards under Jenkins’ tenure and Jenkins won internal and external leadership awards during her SRA career.

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