Stephanie Folk

Stephanie Folk

SHRM-SCP
Recruiting Business Partner
Recruiting
stephanie.folk@mranet.org
I really believe that everyone has a talent, ability, or skill that he can mine to support himself and to succeed in life.”
Dean Koontz
 

Every person has potential--potential that results in achievement whenever there’s a great fit between the employee and the employer. A true HR pro, Stephanie is skilled in recognizing potential and working with companies to maximize their current human capital while finding additional talent that matches the company goals and culture. Stephanie’s passion lies in asking the right questions to identify the big picture so she can assist in the success of both individuals and organizations.

Expertise

With nearly 20 years of human resources experience in social service, manufacturing, and healthcare, Stephanie couples her expertise with a positive attitude and high energy. She has developed an unmatched proficiency in designing and refining talent management procedures and strategic recruitment processes to further the success of employer/employee relationships. She is certified as a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

Key Accomplishments

  • Certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources Certification (SPHR) through the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) since 2007.
  • Managed ongoing full-cycle professional recruitment efforts for 50-75 positions across multiple locations, reducing average time-to-fill by 25 percent in less than six months and maintaining that rate for six continuous years through changing economic times.
  • Created a structured intern and graduate recruitment and orientation program that optimized college/university recruitment across multiple disciplines.

Education

Stephanie holds a master’s certificate in nonprofit management from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside with a bachelor’s degree in psychology with an emphasis on industrial and organizational psychology.