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Diane Campanile, SHRM-SCP

Educational & Work Experience

Diane Campanile is the Lead HR Consultant for People-Dynamics, LLC. She has more than twenty-five (25) years’ experience in Human Resources and Employer Compliance and is the recipient of the HR Champion Award by Delaware Business Times. Campanile was recently nominated for HR Consultant of the Year by Delaware Valley SHRM Chapter representing the tri-states of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey. Diane received her formal education from West Chester University and The Wharton School of Business. Her credentials include Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), certified in People Analytics (Wharton School of Business), certified as a HIPAA Master (National Associate Health Underwriters-NAHU), certified in HIPAA for healthcare offices (IACEP), certified in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (University of Southern Florida), certified as a Title IX Investigator (Tulane University Law School) and is enrolled in the Juris Master (JM) of Labor and Employment Law program at Tulane University Law School.

Prior to People-Dynamics, Campanile ran the Human Capital Management practice at Lyons Insurance Agency for six (6) years as Director. She and her team of certified professionals (SHRM/HRCI) provided consultative services to local and national clients. The team's scope of services includes Regulatory Compliance (Federal/State) guidance, Employee and Management Training, Human Resources team development and interim support.

Why did you choose the Tulane MJ-LEL program?

Credibility. I enrolled in the MJ-LEL program to increase confidence in my abilities.

Organizations hire Diane Campanile because she can balance competing priorities. She is passionate about building a respectful workplace culture while effectively managing the business initiatives of stakeholders. Diane identifies and manages the risks associated with the employment lifecycle. Her education at Tulane University Law School has prepared her to address many employment concerns while never losing sight of when an employment attorney’s expertise represents everyone’s interests.

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