Ms. Fileisha Wilson joined ITPEOPLENETWORK recently as the Human Resource Manager in 2018. Ms. Wilson is responsible for overseeing the function of Human Resource for the company. The office of Human Resources is responsible for processing new hires, benefits administration, training, compensation administration, payroll, organizational development and recruiting.

 

Before ITPEOPLENETWORK, Ms. Wilson worked for Adam & Associated b.k.a Job Corps working for a training facility for disadvantaged youth who were to obtain their high school education, prepare for college and also train in their occupation program choice to be employable.

 

Starting as a Human Resource Coordinator, she was quickly promoted to a Human Resource Manager and as the EEO officer for Students in 2015. Prior to starting a career in Human Resource, Ms. Wilson worked as an Assistant Registrar at DeVry University starting in 2008. Ms. Wilson managed an essential registration function and administers the creation and maintenance of permanent academic/administrative records; assure the integrity, security, condition, and access to these documents and supervises the issuance of official documents. Ms. Wilson spent the last 4 years of her employment at DeVry University training, creating, and building internal and external process systems while overseeing several projects. Ms. Wilson has strong skills in building data processes, organization management, and administration. Ms. Wilson's goal is to foster an environment that values diversity, employee development, and professionalism while maintaining a dedicated focus on organizational effectiveness and customer service.

 

Ms. Wilson has an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management with a minor in Human Resource Management, Public Administration and Information Systems Management.

 

Ms. Wilson is on the board with The Evans Exoneration Program for the wrongly accused reviewing cases, fundraising, and various administrative duties. She is also a volunteer working overseas as a missionary worker in various clinics, administering medicine, eyeglasses, and footwear, alongside doctors, nurses, and other volunteers. In 2016, Ms. Wilson graduated from the School of Ministry, and she is passionate about pursuing more volunteer work in human trafficking and missionary work.