Dr. Di Ann Sanchez, SHRM-SCP, Founder/President, DAS HR Consulting, LLC | Speaker

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DAS HR Consulting, LLC
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Di Ann Sanchez, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM – SCP is the Founder/President of DAS HR Consulting LLC and Sanchez & Associates, a WMBE/HUB-certified firm focused on creative and non-traditional Human Resources programs, diversity and services.  Dr. Sanchez has over 35 years of experience, is a certified SHRM - Senior Human Resources Professional (SHRM – SCP & SPHR) and has held executive positions with both private and public companies.  She also serves on the SHRM 2021 National Diversity and Inclusion panel. 

Dr. Sanchez received the 2018 Top Minority Business Leaders Award for Tarrant County. The Hispanic Business magazine named her one of the “Top 50 Hispanic Women in Business,” one of the “Top 80 Elite Hispanic Women,” and “Top 100 Latinas in America.” She was highlighted in the Hispanic Journal Magazine recognizing her accomplishments in Human Resources and Diversity at American Airlines, and has been featured in “USA Today” seeking to improve the current process of employment verification, and encouraging comprehensive immigration reform.  She has  been featured on Fox News Business Career Accelerator, where she discussed the topic “Love Contracts in the Workplace.” Dr. Sanchez educates and speaks to business and Human Resources leaders nationally on “Attracting, Engaging and Retaining the LatinX Workforce,” “Why Can’t We All Get Along! – Diversity and Generations in the Workplace,” “What the Heck is the Difference Between Generation Gen Y and Z?”and “Managing a Global Workforce.” Contribution to research: and “The changing U.S. Workforce: The Growing Hispanic Demographic and the Workplace” by SHRM and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. The SHRM Foundation and the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Project, “Use of Workforce Analytics for Competitive Advantage.” SHRM 2018-2020 peer-review articles,  “How to Attract Hispanic Millennials”, “Latino/Hispanic Millennials Bring Different Strengths to the Workplace” and “IDEA –What is the Most Important Part of Your DEI Plan – ACCESS”

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