Kristie Evans

CEO, HR Logistics, HRPMO Inc. and HRPMO University

Kristie Evans is Founder and CEO/Managing Principal of HR Logistics and HRPMO, as well as a highly sought after management consultant, speaker and educator. Since its founding in 2003, HR Logistics has supported clients through over 120 projects ranging in scope and size. HR Logistics clients’ trust her to advocate for their best interest, provide full transparency and accountability, and drive results in all engagements. This partnership often means HRL is fortunate to work with a client across multiple projects.

Launching HRPMO composed of HRPMO University, HRPMO Talent, and HRPMO as a Service is a natural evolution of her delivery model and her passion to increase HR’s value. By improving operational performance, aligning with business strategies, and increasing stakeholder and customer value using business intelligence, technology, and analytics, the Human Resources function becomes the strategic workforce partner the organization needs. In Kristie’s opinion, the next evolution of Human Capital Management is the movement to Human Capital Risk Management – the addition of risk management capabilities to the tools of Human Resources professionals.

C. Carr Lucas

Carr Lucas provides expertise and counsel to the clients of HR Logistics, HRPMO Inc., and HRPMO University in the areas of business requirements, strategic planning, and evaluating, integrating and implementing enterprise business tools in support of complex financial, logistics, contract management, human capital, and intelligence missions. From 2010 to 2016, he was appointed to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) after a stellar career as a human resources and IT professional in industry. Prior to joining DIA, Carr worked in Consulting with PriceWaterhouseCoopers Consulting and IBM Global Services as a Senior Managing Consultant, and later with BearingPoint and Deloitte Consulting as a Senior Manager, advising clients on issues related to Human Resource Transformation, Compensation, and HR systems and technologies.  Major Consulting Clients included: Hewlett-Packard, Hyundai Motors Corporation, The Walt Disney Company, United States Air Force, IBM’s Systems and Technology Group, Nokia Corporation, Volvo AB, Dana Corporation, CVS Pharmacies, Navintel (N2), the Office of Naval Intelligence, and The Defense Intelligence Agency. Prior to consulting, Carr worked in corporate roles for a number of leading organizations in the Atlanta area.

Carr holds a B.S. degree in Psychology and a M.B.A. in General Management from Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia (his hometown).  He is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSS GB).

Greg Laney

Greg Laney, MA, CCP has 20+ years of HR experience including heavy career focus on leading teams to develop technology resources that improve US and global HR and compensation capabilities. Considered an industry expert on hospitality compensation practices – Greg has presented at multiple hospitality industry conferences, is founder of, and serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Managerial Sciences at Georgia State University.

Currently, Greg serves as Global HR Analytics and Information Delivery Manager for Intercontinental Hotels Group where his most recent experience included a multi-million dollar Workday implementation and he now leads a support team responsible for global HR analytics, reporting and Workday data support. Greg’s expertise includes HR Metrics, Data Analysis and Talent Review focuses as well as former experience leading compensation teams responsible for developing efficient compensation processes, pay and incentive structures and manager self-service tools to develop best practices globally. Greg also develops and supports web sites, Intranet resources, data marts, market pricing, payroll systems, and HR systems/tools including certification from Emory University for Web Database Development.

Greg has served as the President and board resource for the local World@Work chapter (AACA), holds a Masters in Industrial & Labor Relations from the University of Minnesota, and is a Certified Compensation Professional.

Victoria Kumar

Victoria Kumar’s professional career spans multiple project management competencies and disciplines including project development, project management office (PMO) program management, PMO implementation, and IT governance in both the private and public sectors.

Vicky is part of the adjunct faculty of HRPMO University. Her prior experience includes Sr. Program Manager for AIG United Guaranty’s Enterprise PMO and Project Management Office (PMO) Program Manager / Senior Project Manager for the State of North Carolina, Office of the State Controller (NC OSC), where she was responsible for implementing project / portfolio management methodologies and developing governance processes to manage the State’s portfolio. While working with NC OSC, Vicky represented NC OSC in statewide IT projects and participated with the State’s Enterprise PMO. Vicky also worked with project development management with IBM Canada Laboratory.

Ms. Kumar has traveled worldwide, presenting in seminars and conferences, is an active advocate for project management and PMO methodologies and deeply involved with Project Management Institute (PMI). Vicki’s past participation includes president of PMI North Carolina Chapter, serving as a member of the PMI Leadership Institute Advisory Group, presenting at PMI Global Congresses, and currently serving as a Director for the PMI (Global) Board of Directors.

Ms. Kumar holds Master’s degrees in pure mathematics and in computer science from University of Waterloo (Canada), where she has also earned PhD credits in management science. She also has a Master’s certificate in IT Project Management from George Washington University. She is a graduate of the PMI Leadership Institute Master Class and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®.