DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Nicole York is the Pulitzer Center's director of human resources. She is an HR professional with over 20 years of progressive experience in human resources management solutions for both profit and nonprofit organizations across a variety of industries. Her professional experiences include executive level management, strategic program management, training/employee development, organizational development, and employee relations in organizations from 25 to 35,000 employees.
During York's human resources career, she has been responsible for managing the full cycle of human resources. In addition, she has served on numerous project steering committees, and held the roles of project lead and functional consultant. She is also an adjunct professor at Prince George's Community College, where she teaches in the Hospitality Management Department. York holds certifications as a Professional Human Resources (PHR) since 2006, SHRM-SCP designation (2015).
York has a bachelor's degree in speech pathology and audiology from CUNY Brooklyn College and a master's in human resources development from Bowie State University. She lives in Bowie, Maryland, with her husband and two children.