Deborah Stallings, SPHR

President & CEO, HR Anew

HR Anew is a full-service human capital management (HCM), human resource management (HRM), and professional services firm.  With corporate offices in Columbia, Maryland, we are talent acquisition, talent management and talent development scientists helping our government, corporate and non-profit clients to hire, manage and retain high-performing employees. HR Anew’s core competencies include HCM/HRM, Recruitment and Staffing, Learning and Talent Development, EEO & Diversity, and Career Outplacement solutions.  Our distinguishing factor is how we successfully merge perspectives of theory and practice to help organizations create their top-down strategy. This action provides the necessary infrastructure to build a strong employee culture supporting organizational processes aligned with internal and external forces in sustaining growth.

HR Anew clients include AMTRAK, Defense Logistics Agency, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Interior, Doctors Community Hospital, FDIC, Goodwill Industries, LandTrust Alliance, Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Transportation Authority, Montgomery college, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, National Library of Medicine, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Nexus Health Corporation, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Strayer University, Suburban Hospital, U.S. Army, U.S. Capitol Police, U.S. Courts, and the USDA.

HR Anew is growing, and with a team of high-performing employees, consultants and strategic alliances, is exceptional in delivering creative and innovative services and products that add value in client organizations. Our company’s team members represent more than 500 years of combined expertise, knowledge, skills and abilities in government, corporate and non-profit sectors. They are HR subject matter experts, HR specialists and generalists, employment attorneys, researchers and statisticians, organizational development and training professionals, executive and individual coaches and HRIS developers.  We have expertise providing our products and services in several industries, including transportation, defense, science, engineering, information technology, housing, medical and health care, finance/accounting, higher education, construction, facilities management and law enforcement.

HR Anew is an active social leader in the business community, mentors entrepreneurs, provides internships for high school and college students and is actively involved in several professional organizations that include the National Association of Women Business Owners, Women Presidents Organization, Women Business Enterprise National Council, Society for Human Resource Management, Association for Talent Development, Maryland/District of Columbia National Minority Supplier Development Council, Associated Black Charities, Maryland Chamber of Commerce and Lincoln College of Technology.

Awards & Recognition

  • 2012, 2010, 2008 and 2006 Hall of Fame/Maryland Top 100 MBE – MD Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs
  • 2010 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist – Ernst and Young
  • 2010 Women’s President Organization Women of Color – 100 Black Men
  • 2010, 2009 and 2008 Future 50 Fastest Growing Companies – SmartCEO Magazine
  • 2009 and 2007 Maryland Top 100 Women – The Daily Record
  • 2008 HR Leadership Award for Corporate Social Responsibility – Marymount University
  • 2007 Women in Business Champion – U.S. Small Business Administration

Deborah Stallings

by admin on May 30, 2012

HR Anew is a full-service human capital management (HCM), human resource management (HRM), and professional services firm.  With corporate offices in Columbia, Maryland, we are talent acquisition, talent management and talent development scientists helping our government, corporate and non-profit clients to hire, manage and retain high-performing employees. HR Anew’s core competencies include HCM/HRM, Recruitment and Staffing, Learning and Talent Development, EEO & Diversity, and Career Outplacement solutions.  Our distinguishing factor is how we successfully merge perspectives of theory and practice to help organizations create their top-down strategy. This action provides the necessary infrastructure to build a strong employee culture supporting organizational processes aligned with internal and external forces in sustaining growth.

HR Anew clients include AMTRAK, Defense Logistics Agency, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Interior, Doctors Community Hospital, FDIC, Goodwill Industries, LandTrust Alliance, Maryland Department of Transportation, Maryland Transportation Authority, Montgomery college, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, National Library of Medicine, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Nexus Health Corporation, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Strayer University, Suburban Hospital, U.S. Army, U.S. Capitol Police, U.S. Courts, and the USDA.

HR Anew is growing, and with a team of high-performing employees, consultants and strategic alliances, is exceptional in delivering creative and innovative services and products that add value in client organizations. Our company’s team members represent more than 500 years of combined expertise, knowledge, skills and abilities in government, corporate and non-profit sectors. They are HR subject matter experts, HR specialists and generalists, employment attorneys, researchers and statisticians, organizational development and training professionals, executive and individual coaches and HRIS developers.  We have expertise providing our products and services in several industries, including transportation, defense, science, engineering, information technology, housing, medical and health care, finance/accounting, higher education, construction, facilities management and law enforcement.

HR Anew is an active social leader in the business community, mentors entrepreneurs, provides internships for high school and college students and is actively involved in several professional organizations that include the National Association of Women Business Owners, Women Presidents Organization, Women Business Enterprise National Council, Society for Human Resource Management, Association for Talent Development, Maryland/District of Columbia National Minority Supplier Development Council, Associated Black Charities, Maryland Chamber of Commerce and Lincoln College of Technology.

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