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About CPI-HR

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Tom Wirbel, CPI-HR Vice PresidentDiana Gaking, PHR, SHRM-CP
Finance & Human Resources Manager

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Diana Gaking has 10 years of industry experience in human resources management. As a Human Resource Manager for CPI-HR, Diana is responsible for managing people and resources to deliver human capital solutions tailored to individual client needs.

Diana has a concentration on managing human capital and has continued to sharpen her focus by actively serving on the National Human Capital Management Committee for Benefit Advisors Network and is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management.

Diana holds her Professional in Human Resources from the Human Resource Certification Institute along with being recognized as a Certified Professional by the Society for Human Resource Management.

Diana studied Business Administration at the University of Nevada Las Vegas and began her career in retail management. It was in her management role where she gravitated towards Human Resources and transitioned into her first HR role as an HR Compliance Expert. Diana also has a strong finance background which allows her to bring a unique and strategic perspective to providing human capital solutions designed to enhance both people and profit.

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