Frances Trant has over thirty (30) years of Human Resources experience with fifteen (15) years in a variety of California public sector health care, education (school district and University of California systems), and special district organizations, as well as another fifteen (15) years in private and public-sector organizations throughout North America.
She has held leadership positions for the last seventeen (17) years where she was responsible for the delivery of complete HR services including Compensation and Benefit program management, Labor/Employee Relations, Recruitment, and leading nation-wide affirmative action programs. Company sizes have ranged from 100 to 17,000 employees. Private sector consulting clients include the World Bank, the American Red Cross, Canadian Blood Services and numerous private sector organizations.
Frances received her university education in Canada earning a B.A. from the University of Guelph. She completed the Executive Program at the University of Toronto Rotman School of Business. She passed her American HR certifications at the senior level so she could continue to provide high quality HR expertise when she moved to the United States. She has taught the Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) certification exam preparation course for the past 15 years throughout the San Francisco Bay region, ensuring a wide variety of HR professionals receive their national HR certification and are able to practice as credible professionals in their workplaces.