About Us: Our Team
Governed by a Board of Directors which works in conjunction with committees to achieve funding, outreach and program goals, the CRC team is comprised of a few employees augmented with a large volunteer network.
Passionate, concerned leaders seek to impact the community through participation on the CRC Board of Directors. Executives, professionals, and community leaders from an array of industries and disciplines align themselves with our mission, contributing their time, talent, creativity and treasures. Meeting 11 times annually, the CRC Board governs and guides with energy.
CRC recruits top notch, highly-experienced executives, and professionals who are committed to helping those in job transition. Many have served in significant management positions with Fortune 500 companies, mid- and small-sized companies, career management organizations, and executive search firms. All of the advisors have significant experience in hiring, training, and mentoring a diverse workforce as well as working with candidates of all ages, gender, nationalities, and ethnicities. Their individualized approach greatly contributes to the successful employment of CRC members.
Volunteer Operational Support
Li Hwan Hwang
Pro Bono Presenters
Professionals from many specialties in support of career development present and facilitate group programs for CRC. Topics related to job search techniques, as well as programs featuring motivational, emotional and financial issues are offered. CRC is grateful for the pro bono services which enhance our program significantly.
|Kristina Phillips, Executive Director
Kristina Phillips serves as the Executive Director of Career Resource Center. Ms. Phillips holds a B.A., MPA, and is currently completing a Ph.D. in Business Organization and Management. Ms. Phillips’ professional experience includes policy, workforce training and development, donor/funder/partnership management, and grant writing. Ms. Phillips works closely with CRC’s board, staff, and volunteers to seek and cultivate relationships with strategic partners, individual donors, private foundations, philanthropic entities, government organizations, and community agencies.