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HR Circuit Training: New Year, Better You
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Join us for High Intensity Workout for your career! Five fast paced sessions by local experts!

When: Thursday, January 23
8:30 - 10:15 am
Where: Westwood Club
6200 West Club Ln
Richmond, Virginia  23226-2426
United States
Contact: Townley Goldsmith-Ray

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Join us for five 20 minute bursts of career enhancing self development workouts Including these topics:

  • Disagreements at Work: Getting It Right (without damaging relationships) - Cat Murphy
  • Giving Effective Feedback/Speaking Up For Yourself - Dave Romero
  • Negotiation - Richard Coughlan
  • Networking For Those Who Don’t Like Networking - Pamela Bradley
  • You Need to Rebrand Yourself. Now What? - Eva Hartmann


8:00 am Healthy Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 10:15 am Work the Circuit (i.e., the program)


Pamela Bradley
Human Resources Manager
Keiter CPAs


Pamela Bradley is a Human Resources Manager at Keiter CPAs, responsible for driving Keiter’s Learning and Organizational Development Program. In her current role, Pamela builds and manages the Succession Planning, Executive Performance and Compensation, and Performance Management processes. She developed an award-winning program on Business Networking Skills, and launched an executive coaching program at the Firm. Pamela has co-authored the article “Raising Rainmakers” for the Journal of Accountancy, and regularly speaks to groups on the topic of business etiquette. Prior to joining Keiter, Pamela was an accountant at Circuit City Stores. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Virginia, and a Master’s degree in Human Resources Development from The George Washington University.

Richard Coughlan
Associate Professor of Management
Robins School of Business


Richard Coughlan is an award-winning educator who has delivered engaging talks to academic and professional audiences on three continents over the last 20 years. In addition to his role on the faculty at University of Richmond, he serves as a keynote speaker, strategic advisor, facilitator and coach for a variety of corporate and non-profit clients. His views on business appear in national media outlets and his research has been published in leading academic journals.


After earning an undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia, Coughlan spent nearly five years in the hospitality sector, where he served as a national sales manager for resorts in California. His hotel career culminated with a position on the management team at Pebble Beach Resorts, where he worked with clients in banking, financial services, technology, and law and served on the Operations Committee for the 1992 U.S. Open Golf Championship.

Coughlan joined the faculty of the Robins School of Business in 1998 after completing both an MBA and a Ph.D. in judgment and decision making at the University of Arizona. During his time at Richmond, he has taught courses on business ethics, organizational behavior, and negotiations to audiences ranging from undergraduates to chief executives. In recognition of his work in the classroom, he earned the University’s Distinguished Educator.

Eva Hartman
Director of Human Resources
Schnabel Engineering


Eva has 20 years of experience as a strategic, results-driven and innovative leader with significant expertise in Human Resources strategy, talent and leadership development, performance management, and organizational transformation. Eva has worked in a variety of industries, from manufacturing to Fortune 500 consulting. She is a transformational change agent who has developed and led strategic human capital programs and talent initiatives in multiple challenging environments globally.

Eva is the Director of Human Resources for Schnabel Engineering, an award-winning engineering consulting firm. She is also the founder and President of Trellis LLC, a Human Capital Consulting and Staffing firm. Prior to Trellis, Eva was the Global Human Resources Director for Tredegar Film Products, a global manufacturer of plastic film products, and was responsible for the HR Strategy and Operations of a $600 million global division.

Eva holds an MBA from the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA and a BA in Anthropology from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. She is an Adjunct Faculty member with the University of Richmond Robins School of Business, teaching Organizational Behavior to MBA students.

Cat Murphy
Cresco Coaching & Consulting


Cat Murphy has spent over 20 years as a human resources and organizational change management leader for a Fortune 200 financial services organization. There, she built a successful track record in developing and implementing high-impact strategies for organizational change and agility. Recently, she’s worked as a consultant with a large health insurance company and a mid-sized investment firm.

Dave Romero
Co-Founder and President
Unboxed Technology




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