Winter | 2023

Top 10 Outstanding HR Executives of the Year 2023

Editor’s Corner

The HR Industry is Evolving with its Leaders at the Forefront of Innovation

There is no doubt that Human Resources is a great profession but a tough job to do. There is nothing more important than hiring and developing people because, at the end of the day, all businesses bet on people for growth and not strategies. Talent recruiters consistently make an impact online and offline with their work – from writing and research to speaking, innovating products, transforming HR departments, and starting crucial conversations in the industry. They are the true talent behind the whole workforce of a company.

In appreciation of these amazing leaders who have redefined the HR sector with their phenomenal work, Beyond Exclamation has dedicated this issue titled, “Top 10 Outstanding HR Executives of the Year 2023,” to them. Featuring as the cover story we have covered the successful journey of Mimi Wise, Human Resources Director at General Revenue Corporation. During her 20+ years in the HR industry, Mimi has received numerous awards and recognitions. Recently, because of her stellar leadership and innovative initiatives, GRC won the prestigious “2023 Best Places to Work in Collections” award – often cited as the hallmark of excellence in the collections industry. Mimi is passionate about what she does. It has enabled her to achieve outstanding outcomes in the HR space. Her HR-related personal goals highlight her insightful, innovative, and people- centric leadership. She believes in developing a comprehensive HR strategy that aligns with the organization’s goals and objectives. She always wants to establish a culture of fairness, trust, and collaboration, foster a positive work environment where employees feel respected and valued, and ensure compliance with applicable employment laws and regulations, such as staying informed of industry trends and best practices. Like most inspirational HR leaders, Mimi, too, is invested in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion across the organization. Read more about her journey in this exclusive article.


Also inclusive in this issue are the successful journeys of Elizabeth Sto. Domingo, CHRO at United Way of King County; Nicole Ayala, CHRO of Air Force Aid Society; Kitti Dobi, CHRO at Hungarian Bankholding; Katy Murray, Director at Catalyst Collective; Julie Dennis, Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Acas; Paulette Cohen, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Barclays; Treneice Collins, Inclusion & Diversity Lead for Hewlett Packard Enterprise at Korn Ferry; Sandra Dillon, VP, Talent Development at Kemira Oyj; and Lukeisha Paul, Head of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at GroupM.


Let’s Be Inspired!

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