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Josh Freeman joins the DC SHRM Board of Directors

21 FEBRUARY 2019

Josh Freeman joins the DC SHRM Board of Directors

Washington, D.C. – Josh Freeman of KELLY Benefit Strategies (KBS) has been appointed to the District of Columbia Society for Human Resource Management (DC SHRM) Board of Directors as the Director of Sponsorship.

Freeman is the Manager of the Client Development Team and Account Executive at KBS. In his corporate role, he is responsible for increasing and retaining the KBS client base, as well as building and maintaining relationships with current and future clients. As the Director of Sponsorship for DC SHRM, Freeman will be responsible for strategically promoting sponsorship opportunities and educating potential sponsors on the benefits of DC SHRM’s initiatives.

“I am greatly looking forward to serving on the DC SHRM Board of Directors and working with likeminded individuals who have the same goal of providing an opportunity for professionals to expand their knowledge and talent in the field of human resource management,” said Freeman.


About KELLY Benefit Strategies

Since 1976, KELLY Benefit Strategies has delivered premier employee benefit consulting and is a trusted partner to businesses of all sizes. KELLY Benefit Strategies provides the foundation for innovative strategic vision through its unique integrated Total Benefits Solution® — combining expertise, administration, and technology to help clients save time, maximize the value of their benefits investment, and control the cost of these benefits.


DC SHRM was formed as the Washington Personnel Association in 1945 by a group of industry leaders and personnel specialists who wanted to explore and collaborate on solutions to mutual problems. Their initial interests covered distribution of information, exchange of ideas, development and refinement of professional approaches and procedures. Through the years, their chapter has broadened its membership base to include not only practitioners in human resources, but also consultants and vendors to the profession, such as legal and accounting professionals, educators who teach the next generation of human resource professionals, employees of executive search firms, students and Compensation and Benefits professionals.