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Georgia Jacobs
Georgia Jacobs

Georgia Jacobs

Vice President, Human Resources

Georgia leads the talented team that is key to ensuring Arora’s best resource, its people, are welcomed and valued by the organization. She is a life-long student of human behavior applying this education to support the improvement of policies and procedures at Arora.

She credits mentors including Dr. Scott Cawood, PhD and author of “Destination Profit”, as well as her current leader, Anthony Vitullo, CPA, GCMA for excellent teaching and supporting professional growth throughout her career.

She maintains that Human Resources is responsible for a complex duality in the workplace. It is the “cultural anthropology” of the business world, forming and reflecting the protocols and social norms of the organization while at the same time, responsible for minimizing potential liability to the business. It acts as the legal and social record of the workplace.

Georgia’s career in Human Resources began thirty years ago through Training and Development, when she was asked to design training and orientation programs for new employees while at Chase USA. She then expanded her knowledge of the many Human Resources business aspects by focusing on management development for a nationally recognized pediatric health care organization, Nemours, and finally, in the engineering field.

A long-time SHRM member, she has written and co-authored articles on management development and Human Resources practices, presented various subjects on organizational culture, such as “The Need for Creativity in the Workplace”, “Identifying Habits of Successful Leaders”, and the best usage of the MBTI instrument in work cultures, at many professional forums.

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Georgia destresses by studying classic American movies and writes in her spare time. She is currently working on a project that identifies how Hollywood has depicted and influenced thought on those on the autism scale through movie history.

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Georgia has earned over 90 credits, attending advanced classes to grow her understanding at every stage of her career.

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