Inductee Title

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Right Management Florida/Caribbean

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Inductee Biography

Right Management provides outplacement services for privately and publicly owned companies throughout Florida and the Caribbean Region. Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Maureen Shea previously served as its Chief Financial Officer. A prominent insurance and HR executive before joining Right Management, Shea was director of recruiting for Mass Mutual Life Insurance Company and Lincoln National Life. Her undergraduate degree is from Kean College in New Jersey. Shea is active in the community and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for St. Thomas University, on the board for Women Executive Leadership, as a board member of the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies at the University of Southern California, and she is a Leadership Broward Foundation alumna. She previously served on the Board of Trustees for Holy Cross Hospital and on the finance committee of United Way of Broward. Recognized for helping shape and support Florida’s HR profession, Shea is a past president of the Human Resource Association of Broward County and was inducted into its Hall of Fame. She has also won several other awards of over her career, including, but not limited to: Conference of Community and Justice Silver Medallion Award; Enterprising Women of the Year Award; Florida Diversity Council’s Glass Ceiling Award; Girl Scouts Lead the Way Award; Junior Achievement of South Florida Business Hall of Fame; South Florida Business & Wealth Magazine Lifetime Achievement, Excellence in HR Award (2019); South Florida Business Journal’s CFO of the Year Award; South Florida Business Journal’s Woman Owned Business of the Year Award; Thomas University Bobcat Community Award; The Commonwealth Institute Top Women Led Business Award; and The United Way Magnolia Award.

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