EMH&T is pleased to welcome Cara Tammaro as the company’s the new Human Resources Director. Cara most recently was Director of Human Resources with Kegler, Brown, Hill & Ritter, a Columbus law firm with a global network of legal alliances offering a broad array of business and employee relations law services. Cara was responsible for employee benefits, recruiting and retention, payroll administration, employee recognition and development.
Cara also brings over 15 years of management experience in the utility/energy marketing industry in areas of operations, business development, and project management. She is a graduate of OSU with a BS in Business Administration and is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and certified Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR-SCP).
Cara is a native of Newark, Ohio, and for the past 11 years has made New Albany her home. She lives just three miles from the office so is loving her new commute! Her husband Brad is an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Ohio and her son Spencer is an 8th Grader in the New Albany schools. She also has a dog named Bailey and a cat named Big Ben.
Cara’s hobbies include quiet and fun activities such as reading and travel as well as outdoor activities ranging from sports to gardening. She also lets loose a bit in her free time as a “Hockey Mom” in support of her son who plays travel hockey for the Columbus Blue Jackets! When asked what she most looks forward to as she begins your career at EMH&T, Cara replied that she is excited to get to know all of the people at the company and their roles and responsibilities.
“I am also really excited to discover what I can do to contribute to the culture and atmosphere at EMH&T,” she added. “I love the passion for the firm that I see in both Sandy and Doug. During my tour of the office, Sandy introduced me to a lot of people and she knew every one of them by name! That says a lot about the company and what it means to its leadership,” she said.
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