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This is my bio. Love, Kori

This is my bio. <- It's more professional this way! (If you get it, you get it.)

Ok, in all seriousness, writing a bio is something that I enjoy on par with getting an annual pap smear. Meaning, my attitude is, "Fine, I'll do it, but I'm not particularly excited about it." Perhaps it's my middle child syndrome coming out where I both crave attention but also don't want to point out my accomplishments. What a scorpio, amiright?

My name is Kori. I live in Pittsburgh, PA. I've worked in HR since 2007, feel free to do the math on how long it's been. I joined the MJ-LEL program at Tulane because I wanted to deeply enrich my knowledge in employment law. I joined the program when my daughter (pictured below) was 5 months old which is some true ambitious delusion, but I am so thankful for that delusion of my past self and could not be happier with my decision.

Bio © 2022 by Kori Amos is licensed underCC BY 4.0

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