Cathy Missildine has extensive experience in many areas of strategic Human Resources Management. Cathy has worked closely with executives in the areas of performance, productivity, organizational metrics, training, employee and customer engagement, workforce planning, organizational change and strategic implementation. Her past experience in operations and sales management in the technical, insurance and hospitality industries has given her a broad understanding of business issues and a solid foundation for building performance enhancing systems that support the business.
Cathy is a graduate from Kennesaw State University where she earned an MBA with an emphasis Human Resource Management and Development. She is also a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and holds their professional certification, Senior Professional in Human Resources (SHRM-SCP). Cathy is also certified by HRCI and holds their SPHR certification.
Cathy served as President for SHRM-Atlanta in 2014, where her and her team executed the strategy to “Move HR Business Partners to Business Leaders.”
Cathy is serving as an adjunct Professor at Kennesaw State University where she has taught the HR Certification course for over 10 years. She teaches an online SHRM certification course as well as an in class version. Cathy is a nationally recognized speaker addressing audiences from SHRM, ASTD, ALA and AAHAM.
In addition to her domestic speaking, Cathy has traveled to Shanghai, China to deliver “Moving from Transactional to Strategic: Becoming an Effective HR Business Leader’ to HR professionals representing multi-national organizations.
In May 1997, Cathy and her business partner Barbara Hughes started their own consulting firm, Intellectual Capital Consulting (ICC), specializing in profitability through human capital. Their corporate mission is as follows, “to increase performance through maximizing an organization’s human capital.”
ICC’s clients include: Intercontinental Hotels Group, Mizuno, Genuine Parts Company, Place Properties, Aon, IBM, Hampton Inn, United Way, Vulcan and Southern Company.
ICC also serves clients in the non-profit, government and education sectors including the following clients: Georgia State University, Savannah Technical College, United Way and City of Decatur.