Sara Harris, SHRM-SCP

Chief Human Resources Officer

Sara comes to FSB with a history of guiding organizational performance and implementing people programs across a variety of business models. Her in-depth strategic knowledge and her passion for streamlining processes bring a people-focused impact to the firm’s operations. By partnering with leadership and employees alike, Sara develops business culture around management best practices, delivering forward-thinking Human Resources innovation.

Among her accomplishments during her 20 years of progressive HR leadership and consulting experience, Sara has led executives and clients through organizational assessments and navigated through people challenges to develop strategies related to talent management, organizational development, and effectiveness. She has been named a Strategic Services MVP with a prior consulting firm and is a Society of Human Resources Management, Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).

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"My passion lies in fostering an engaging culture and collaborative workplace that empowers us all to contribute our very best in meeting client needs, delivering design excellence, and being the best leaders and teammates to one another."

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