The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has hired Curtis Woody, MBA, CCT, SHRM-SCP, as Director, Field Services. Formerly Woody served as Director of the SHRM Georgia State Council. Woody will represent SHRM to all of its members and stakeholders in seven North Eastern states including Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

An accomplished visionary with over 40 years of cross-industry experience in business leadership, management consulting, entrepreneurship, and academics, Curtis has founded and managed multiple profit and non-profit organizations – providing vision, strategic guidance, and management oversight. Currently, he is the President & CEO of The Triant Group, Inc., a management-consulting firm providing a wide range of workplace solutions. 

Curtis is a Senior Certified Professional in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) where he now serves as Director, Field Services for Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. His SHRM volunteer leadership experience includes Director, Director-Elect, and District Director for the SHRM Georgia State Council, former President and Workforce Readiness Director for Statesboro-Area SHRM.

Curtis is also a member of the International Association of Workforce Professionals. He previously served as Chair of “Statesboro Works!” a Mayoral Commission on Economic Development, Workforce Development, and Prison Re-entry; Chair of the Statesboro Place-Branding Committee, and is an Alumnus of Leadership Bulloch. He is a Certified Contract Trainer for the Learning Resources Network (LERN) and a graduate of the LERN Executive Leadership Institute. He is an alumnus of Georgia Southern University where he earned both his undergraduate and graduate degrees.

SHRM, the Society for Human Resource Management, is the largest human resources association in the world. As the voice of all things work, workers and the workplace, SHRM is the foremost expert, convener and thought leader on issues impacting today’s evolving workplaces. With 315,000+ HR and business executive members in 165 countries, SHRM impacts the lives of more than 115 million workers and families globally.