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Holly Hendricks

Director of Human Resources

Education
  • J.D., William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  • B.A., Journalism, University of Nevada-Reno
  • Certification, Society for Human Resource Management
Education
  • J.D., William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  • B.A., Journalism, University of Nevada-Reno
  • Certification, Society for Human Resource Management

Professional Background

Holly Hendricks serves as the Director of Human Resources for McDonald Carano.  She is an energetic, passionate, and transparent leader with a commitment to cultivating a positive and engaged workforce.  Her responsibilities include resource planning, recruitment, performance management, employee relations, benefits administration, and organizational development.

For nearly 15 years, Holly has been actively engaged in the legal services industry, assuming diverse roles that have equipped her with a comprehensive understanding of effectively managing and supporting her colleagues.  She has continuously expanded her expertise through ongoing education and professional development opportunities, staying on the cutting edge of legal administration, HR best practices, and industry trends.

As the Director of Human Resources, Holly is dedicated to promoting fairness, transparency, and equity in the workplace. She believes in empowering employees to reach their full potential, promoting a culture of collaboration, open communication, and continuous learning.  Her mission is to create an environment where every employee feels valued, respected, and empowered to contribute their best work.

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