Norma Middleton, the county’s assistant Human Resources director, has been appointed to the International Public Management Association (IPMA) Fellowship Committee. This committee evaluates applications for IPMA-HR members and designated agency member representatives for the association’s fellowships. The committee makes recommendations to the group’s Executive Council.
Middleton also has been selected by the city of Lynnwood to serve on its Civil Service interview panel. Middleton has been employed at Snohomish County since 2008. She is a regional leader in the human resources management community and an active member of her Edmond’s community.
“It’s pleasing to see outside recognition earned by Snohomish County employees,” County Executive Aaron Reardon said. “Our employees’ dedication to service goes further than their county jobs. They are very willing to get involved in their communities and professional organizations for continued education and improvement.”
Jackie Anderson, a human resources analyst in the county’s Human Resources Department, has been selected by Edmonds Community College to assist the Six Sigma Program with its mock interview program. The Six Sigma Program is a nationally known business improvement certificate program.
Anderson has been employed with Snohomish County for 23 years and also is known as a reliable and skilled member of the human resources community.