Tonya Jackman Hampton, EdD
Tonya is a strategic executive and consultant in Human Recourses, Talent and Organizational Development, and Diversity and Inclusion. Tonya holds nearly 25 years of professional experience committed to sustaining work environments and cultures that promote inclusion and engagement by relying on diversity of people, perspective, and experience to achieve the company’s mission, goals, and values.
She is a dynamic leader, speaker, author, professor, organization development scholar practitioner, and certified co-active professional executive coach (CPCC).
Tonya has broad experience in strategy development; organization and leadership development; change management; talent management; diversity and inclusion; employee engagement; training; learning development; talent acquisition; performance management; total rewards and recognition; employee relations; project management and planning; process redesign and implementation; HR outsourcing; business acquisitions; and reorganizations.
She has spent the last decade working in the healthcare industry. She operates as a strategic partner with senior leadership, managers, and employees to design and execute organization development initiatives focused on instituting critical human resources practices or processes, culture changes, improving leadership and organizational effectiveness, and directing diversity and inclusion.
Tonya also serves as an adjunct professor at St. Catherine University and St. Thomas University where she teaches and advises students in the Masters programs for leadership and organization development.