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Tammy Turner is a recruiter, author, public speaker, and trainer. Tammy is the owner of Kapstone Training Services, LLC and Kapstone Publishing. Tammy is also an engineering recruiter with Diversified Services. After serving for over six years in the field of public accounting and having worked at major firms such as Arthur Andersen and Deloitte & Touche, Tammy realized that her true passion was in the field of human resources.
Her debut book, "How to Talk to Strangers: A Step-by-Step Guide to Professional Networking," is a vital tool for any business professional looking to go to the next level. Your mother may have told you not to talk to strangers, but Tammy teaches you how to talk to them. Tammy published her second book, "365 Days of Motivation: A Guide to Success in Life & Business," in December 2012, and it is a must have for anyone and everyone looking for encouragement or inspiration in their daily business or personal relationships. Tammy’s third book, which is a collaborative effort, "The Soul of a Winner: 5 True Stories of Success" was published in November 2013.
Tammy was also recently named one of the "25 Most Influential Women in Detroit". Tammy enjoys watching football, loves to ski, and is an avid golfer. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Lance, her children and their dog Chico.
John Randle, Sr. is director of human resources for the city of Farmington Hills, Michigan. In this position he provides strategic leadership in HR management, plans and directs all HR programs, services and policies including recruitment and employment, workforce diversification, compensation, benefits, labor relations and contract administration, employee education and development, counseling, safety and wellness, workers compensation, unemployment compensation, personnel systems and records maintenance.
Previously employed in strategic HR roles with Allstate Insurance Co., Avon Products, Inc., and Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc., he also has extensive experience working as a Labor Relations Representative for General Motors Corporation and currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at Marygrove College in their Human Resource Management master’s degree program. Randle has also served as an Adjunct Professor at both Macomb Community College and DeVry University.
Randle holds an MBA in Technology Management from the University of Phoenix, a master’s degree in HR Management from Marygrove College, and a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts and Science from Michigan State University. He is also a certified human resource professional and a life member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.
Brenda Meller, is the assistant vice president, marketing, at Walsh College. In her role at Walsh, Meller oversees the College’s marketing strategies and tactics for the College’s brand campaign, serving the Admissions, Alumni/ Development, Career Services, and all campus locations. Her areas of responsibility include advertising, marketing, branding, public relations, social media, and web/digital media. She’s a self-proclaimed “social media ambassador” and a big believer in social media karma. Meller recently completed a dual MBA/MS in Marketing from Walsh. She is the leader of the Inforum Troy Morning Networking group. You can find her on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.
Tracy A. Morgan, is a career and professional development specialist with a proven record of helping students, job changers, and experienced professionals develop strategies for career advancement. By maintaining a current knowledge of social media tools, recruiting trends, and the ever-changing resume and employment documentation styles, she has been able to help thousands of job seekers grow within their chosen fields. Over the last decade, Tracy has created and presented multiple workshops, webinars, and classes on topics such as Using Social Media for Personal & Professional Branding, Maximizing LinkedIn, Social Media for Job Seekers, and many more.
The Troy campus can be reached via I-75, eastbound Big Beaver Road Exit (exit 69). Heading east on Big Beaver, drive 1/2 mile to Livernois Road. Make a boulevard turn after crossing Livernois, to head north on Livernois. Drive 3/4 of a mile north and the College will be located on the right (east) side of the road.
Address: 3838 Livernois Rd. Troy, MI 48085