AKRON, Ohio—State and Federal Communications, Inc., which provides government compliance resources and consulting expertise, welcomes Juli Hicks as director of human resources.
Before joining State and Federal Communications, Hicks managed the HR and administrative function for Brockman, Coats, Gedelian (BCG), a public accounting firm also located in Akron, Ohio. Hicks earned her Bachelor of Science in business with a minor in marketing from The University of Akron. She is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management and the Yoga Alliance, and she holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources certificate. Additionally, Hicks volunteers at St. Hilary School, is a Girl Scouts co-leader, and teaches yoga at ACCESS Inc., a women and children’s shelter. Hicks took a six-year hiatus from her career and focused on her family and becoming a registered yoga instructor between her time with BCG and her current position with State and Federal Communications.
"Juli had the courage to step away from her career to support her family prior to joining State and Federal Communications. We believe a blend of her personal and professional attributes make her a perfect fit for our organization. Juli comes highly regarded and will bring unmatchable expertise along with her passion for HR to our growing and talented staff,” said Elizabeth Z. Bartz, president and CEO.
Hicks currently resides in Copley, Ohio, with her husband and two children.
About State and Federal Communications, Inc.
Founded in 1993, State and Federal Communications, Inc. provides government compliance information and consulting to many of the Fortune 500 companies, to trade, labor, and professional associations, and to corporate and contract lobbyists in all 50 states. The firm’s in-house staff of attorneys is expert in state, federal, and municipal laws, regarding lobbying, political contributions, and procurement lobbying. The company distributes accurate, comprehensive, and timely information through online and printed resources, which its clients rely on to maintain compliance with laws in all 50 states, the federal government, and more than 125 municipalities. For more information, visit http://www.stateandfed.com/.
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