Reagan Freed, Owner/Founder of Solvere HR Consulting, LLC
Reagan is an accomplished HR executive with extensive experience supporting small, mid- and large businesses develop people strategies that support organizational goals. Her experience ranges across a wide variety of industries including engineering, construction, telecommunications and business process outsourcing (BPO).
She has experience working in the United States and internationally in Europe, Middle East, Australia/New Zealand, Liberia and many countries in Asia.
She is recognized for being a multi-talented and versatile problem-solver with a proven track record of increasing employee engagement and enhancing leadership capabilities that directly impact bottom line results. Reagan’s broad knowledge of business disciplines enable her to develop unique people strategies designed to contribute to overall strategy.
Reagan earned her Bachelor's in Business Management from the University of Colorado, Denver and is a certified SHRM-SCP. She is passionate about advancing the HR profession, and serves as a volunteer for the Boulder Area Human Resources Association (BAHRA) as the Director of Communications & Marketing.
Liza has a wide-ranging background in Human Resources disciplines with expertise in employee relations, risk management, human capitol recruitment and retention, and performance management. Her broad business acumen comes from experience serving both the non-profit and for-profit sectors and supporting industries including human services, communications, banking, and healthcare. Her experience has led her to support businesses in North America, LATAM, EMEA and APAC with detailed expertise in the US, Canada and the Philippines.
Liza earned her Bachelor’s in Human Resource Management from Bellevue University, NE and is PHR certified. She is a Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) member and is also a member of Human Resources Association of the Midlands (HRAM). Liza donates her time to support diversity initiatives and inclusivity with underrepresented teen populations in her community.