Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Meet Wilhelmena Mack, EdD
Dr. Wilhelmena Mack has over 35 years of experience in organizational and management consulting, human resources, training and development, community outreach and collegiate instruction. Dr. Mack currently serves as Executive Consultant for The Performance Institute. As Executive Consultant, she specializes in cultural assessment and education, and provides leadership coaching and training.
Dr. Mack has served as Vice President/Chief Human Resource Officer for the North Broward Hospital District, the third largest employer in Broward County and the fourth largest public health care system in the country with over 8,000 employees. As Vice President, Dr. Mack was responsible for providing leadership to over 100 employees working in human resources.
Prior to the North Broward Hospital District, Dr. Mack was Vice President of Consulting Services for Right Management Consultants. In that position, Dr. Mack was responsible for conducting organizational environmental scans, executive coaching, outplacement services, strategic planning, as well as management and organizational consulting and training. Some of Dr. Mack’s clients included Federal Express Latin America, Kennedy Space Center, Citrix, The Miami Herald, Ryder Systems and the City of Miramar.
Additionally, Dr. Mack’s career includes more than 25 years of experience in the health care sector as the Director of Training and Development and Director of Community Benefits for the Memorial Healthcare System and as Education Coordinator and Personnel Officer for the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Healthcare System.
As an active community leader, Dr. Mack has served as President on the boards of directors for The Broward Alliance, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, The March of Dimes, The Children’s Home Society, The American Lung Association and Junior Achievement of Broward County. She served as 1998/2007/2009 Co-Chair of the Community Outreach Committee of the South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee and as a member of the 2007 Supreme Court/Florida Bar Committee on Judicial Evaluation.
Dr. Mack has received numerous awards and commendations including but not limited to: Who’s Who in Black South Florida, Who’s Who of American Women, American Cancer Society’s Woman of the Year, March of Dimes Woman of Distinction, American Lung Association’s President’s Award, Junior Achievement’s National Bronze Leadership Award, TJ Reddick Bar Association’s Community Service Award and the Greater Fort Lauderdale’s Chamber of Commerce’s Circle of Excellence Award in Human Resources.
Dr. Mack received her Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Education degrees from the University of Miami. She received her Educational Specialist and Doctorate of Education degrees from Florida Atlantic University.
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