INFORMED. CONNECTED. INFLUENTIAL.
HRAGC is proud to recognize its amazing members for all that they do. In recognition of their substantial efforts, HRAGC instituted two recognition programs- The HRAGC Impact Award and The HRAGC League of Legends. Learn more below about the HRAGC Impact Aard and its worthy recipients below.
The HRAGC Impact award was established to recognize an HRAGC member for his/her contribution to championing the mission of HRAGC while volunteering their time, contributing their expertise, advancing HRAGC awareness and serving to engage and develop HR professionals.
This is award is presented annually to an individual HRAGC member who is not serving on the HRAGC Board at the time of receiving the award.
Impact Award Recipients
Bonnie St. Lawrence
Bonnie has been, and continues to be, a tireless volunteer. Over the years, she has played active and integral roles in the HRAGC strategic planning process. During her 25+ years of membership, Bonnie has been active on committees, and sought to advance the HR profession through networking, inviting guests to program meetings and events, actively recruiting members, and representing the organization at State and Leadership conferences. Bonnie served on the HRAGC Board of Directors from 2009-2021; serving in the capacity of Board Secretary for 10 years. She has also been a dedicated, active, and vital member of both the Membership and Programs Committees. Bonnie is always willing to help whenever needed. This volunteer spirit was recognized by our HR State Council of NH in 2021 when Bonnie was awarded their Volunteer of the Year award.
Over the course of her 25+ years of membership, Jen has served on the Board of Directors as Secretary, Membership Committee Chair and been an active member serving on the Leadership Development and Program committees as well as participating in special chapter projects and events. She has mentored many new members and young HR professionals. Recently, one of those young HR professionals credited this member with her being the reason she became so active in HRAGC, participating on committees and now the Board. There is no doubt that Jennifer Iacopino exemplifies the intent of the HRAGC Impact Award. Not only is she an outstanding HR professional, her commitment to advancing her profession, supporting her colleagues, and helping the next generation of HR professionals speaks volumes.