Sandi Guy

Sandi serves as CRI’s Human Capital Partner.  With 20+ years of experience in professional services, Sandi has extensive knowledge and expertise in all aspects of human capital, talent management, organizational development, workforce planning, and strategic operational management.   She has a proven reputation for strong leadership, collaboration, and business acumen.  Most recently, Sandi was a contributor to the “The Oz Principle” series for her best practices in engagement and communication.  She has been recognized for her leadership in diversity by various organizations.  Sandi was identified as a “Woman Worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity Journal, and she was named “Influential Woman of the Year” by the American Society of Women Accountants and “Woman Extraordinaire” by Charlotte Business Leader.

My Sessions

Recruitment and Retention Strategies for 2018 and Beyond

Patrons IV

Today, all too often, Human Resources professionals and recruiters fell overwhelmed when attempting to recruit talent. Given the tools available and the tightening labor market, many organizations struggle with identifying the best sources to leverage, how to assess candidates, and how to close on their preferred candidate. However, the battle is not over once an […]


Best Practices in Coaching and Mentoring

Patrons IV

Having invested in recruiting the best people, the best managers invest in coaching to develop, motivate and retain great people. This session give participants a clear insight and understanding into the dynamics that happen between people when they work one-to-one. Join us to learn more about the best practices in coaching and mentoring for today’s […]

Human Resources

Hot Topics Panel


Join our panel of grants management experts for a discussion of the latest developments and current hot topics in grants management.  This session will be audience-driven and will discuss topics suggested by the Forum’s attendees.  The Hot Topics Panel will also be an opportunity for audience members to ask questions about the issues that most concern […]

Fiscal Grants Management Human Resources Information Technology Management/Governance