DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES; MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR, EFFICIENT EDGE; SHRM CA MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR
Trisha Zulic -SPHR, a 20 year veteran of human resources, is a Regional Director of Human Resources for Efficient Edge. Efficient Edge is a Human Resource Outsourcing Company performing Human Resource services for small and midsized companies nationwide, located in San Diego, California. Trisha received her SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) in 2005 and Certified Mediator status in May 2011. Trisha is the Past President of the San Diego Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Southern California District Director V for California-SHRM, and the former Chair of the National SHRM Conference in 2010, attended by more than 15,000 human resource professionals. Trisha currently is the SHRM California Membership Chair.
Trisha’s demeanor is professional and polished and she has become a well-known speaker in the sales community on how to engage the C-Suite and Human Resources. Her insider’s perspective is “one of a kind”. She has delivered her message more than 6 times in the past year alone. Trisha delivers powerful seminars that are real and engaging. She is unique in engaging the audience and gives them tools they can take away and begin using the next business day.
Trisha receives outstanding reviews for all her presentations. Sales professionals that want to engage the C-Suite applaud her seminar and wanted more time to delve deeper into the relationship of understanding the C-Suite thought process.
Trisha is a rare find. She works in her passion day-to-day as a human resource professional. However, she is also a licensed health & life insurance agent. She is the founder and Chief Experience Officer of Efficient Edge, HR & Enrollment Services, and providing affordable services to the broker community. She started this business venture as a result of her frustration with the disconnect between the sales community and human resource professionals. Her goal is to continue to educate and bridge the gap between HR professionals and the broker community