Meredith McClatchy Joins Eastern National as Director of Human Resources
On May 21, 2016, Eastern National President and CEO Kevin Kissling announced that Meredith McClatchy has been selected as director of human resources for Eastern National. The director of human resources will support the company goal to create an environment that values and supports employee motes a healthy organization by developing internal programs that support Eastern National’s mission. Meredith will start in this position on May 22, 2016.
Meredith most recently served as the director of human resources for The Lytle Group, a strategic human resource services consulting firm serving hundreds of clients in the Mid-Atlantic region. In this role, she partnered with clients in the areas of strategic and workforce planning, recruitment, leadership assessment, survey administration and analysis, and talent development. Her clients represented the hospitality, logistics, transportation, and construction industries.
Prior to her work with The Lytle Group, Meredith served for eight years as manager of employee performance and development with Concurrent Technologies Corporation, a non-profit government contractor. She led numerous change management initiatives throughout the organization and also served as the program manager for the company’s first employee engagement initiative.
“I’m thrilled Meredith is joining Eastern National’s senior leadership team,” said Kevin Kissling. “Meredith’s extensive human resource experience will position us well as we continue our efforts in talent development and acquisition, succession planning, and enhancing our organizational structure.”
Meredith is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management and is currently studying to become a Senior Certified Professional. She is passionate about corporate citizenship and has led numerous outreach projects in the communities where she has lived. She holds an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Widener University. She is an animal lover and enjoys outdoor activities, including running, hiking, camping, and kayaking. She resides in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, with her cat, Mao.