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HR Alliance

Timely, valuable programs packed with business and HR-relevant content.  Comprehensive data and policy and practice information in our annual compensation survey.  Networking opportunities with HR leaders and professionals from across the area.  We are HR Alliance – DC Metro’s premier HR association.


Most Regular Monthly Programs adhere to the following schedule:

  • On-site Registration, Networking and Breakfast 7:45 AM
  • Welcome, Table Networking Activity and Introductions 8:10 AM
  • Program 8:20 - 10:00 AM
  • Post Event Networking 10:00 - 10:30 AM
Regular Program Cost: 
  • Members - no charge, registration required by logging in and using "Member" registration path
  • Non-members, Guests of Members, Public - $60 (Follow the "Public" registration path)

2020 Program Location:
Tower Club
8000 Towers Crescent Drive
Suite 1700
Vienna, VA 22182

Upcoming Programs and Events for HR Alliance DC:
Date Topic/Title Presenter(s)
March 4, 2020 Topic: M&A Part 2
M&A Part 2: Change - A Never Ending Process and a Discussion on How to Manage it Successfully
- Beth Skoletsky, CHRO, Constellis
- Tony DaSilva, Managing Director, Total Compensation Practice, Gallagher
- Rob Morris, VP, CACI International
Moderator: Jen Zanone, Gallagher
April 22, 2020, 1:00 PM EDT HR Alliance DC and Pearl Meyer present, "Participation Is Easy" Webinar to provide guidance and instruction regarding our 2020 Annual Compensation Survey - Registration Coming Soon! Representatives from Pearl Meyer
May 6, 2020 Making Talent Acquisition Your Competitive Advantage: Big Ideas You Can Use Today
Brenden Wright, Veeco Instruments

Save the Dates for Upcoming Programs:
  • June 3
  • Sept. 16
  • Oct. 7
  • Oct. 20
  • Nov 4

Wednesday March 4, 2020

M&A Part 2: "Change - A Never Ending Process and a Discussion on How to Manage it Successfully"

Networking: 7:45 - 8:15 AM
Join us early for an opportunity to meet new people!

Program Description:
Change management is the common denominator that helps make the deal a true success long before and after the ink is dry. Engage your employees, develop retention strategies, and take advantage of new opportunities—bottom line: take care of your employees.
We’ve all seen reports that say M&A’s often fail due to unsuccessful integrations, which is no surprise. There is so much to consider-- culture, communication, values, policies, and retention, just to name a few. So what should you focus on to gain buy-in, measure ROI and declare a successful integration?

We hope that you will join us in part two of our M&A series where the conversation continues regarding M&A and change management. You will hear from senior human resource professionals who are SME’s on successful integrations and will walk you through integration approaches measuring turnover, resource planning, key metrics, real life examples of strategies that worked well and things that could be done better.

  • Tony DaSilva, Managing Director, Total Compensation Practice, Gallagher
  • Rob Morris, VP, CACI International
  • Beth Skoletsky, CHRO, Constellis
Moderator: Jen Zanone, Gallagher

Tony DaSilva is a Managing Director, Total Rewards & Compensation, in the Human Resources & Compensation Consulting Practice within Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (Gallagher). As a leader and expert resource in the field of compensation and total rewards, Tony works closely with public, private and not-for-profit company and institution compensation committees and management on issues related to executive and board compensation. He is an authority on the assessment of competitive pay levels for managers and directors, and the design, implementation and tax rules that apply to executive, manager and director pay programs. He has also deep experience in working through the unique compensation issue that arise in mergers, acquisitions and spin-offs.

With a background that includes over 25 years of experience in compensation consulting, Tony has advised countless organizations across multiple industries on a wide range subjects affecting executive pay and rewards. He held various leadership positions and was a partner at the world’s largest global accounting firms before joining Gallagher.

Tony holds an LL.M in taxation from Boston University and a J.D. from Quinnipiac University School of Law. He is also an active member in the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals, the National Association of Corporate Directors and a variety of industry affiliated trade organizations

Rob Morris is a Vice President at CACI International.  He is responsible for leading the HR Business Integration and Project Management service areas to ensure the effective delivery and execution of human resource initiatives and HR imperatives (such as mergers and acquisitions, large scale implementations, company-wide roll-outs, etc.). Rob oversees the entire project life cycle of HR initiatives applying standard practices to plan, organize and develop business cases, project plans, resource plans, and reporting and analysis to measure progress and completion. He is directly responsible for the People Analytics, HR/ HCM Systems and Platforms, and Communications and Change Management service areas.

Rob, serves as the primary project leader in the execution of merger and acquisitions (M&As) from start to finish, working closely with internal and external partners and other outside advisers.

Rob’s specialties include: Budget and project management, corporate HR and operations, metrics and measurements, HR Transformation and commercial and government recruiting.

Before coming to CACI, Rob was the Vice President of Human Resources Operations at SAIC.
Beth A. Skoletsky is Chief Human Resources Officer at Constellis.  Ms. Skoletsky is a seasoned executive Human Resources professional dedicated to working closely with the business to ensure overall organizational goals are met through designing and implementing strategic human resources programs to support the company’s ability to grow and to be an employer of choice.

Beth has extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions and is skilled in designing human capital strategies that drive enterprise goals.  She has a proven track record of building high performing teams focused on an organization’s evolving and growing needs, standardization and compliance of programs and processes, exceptional delivery of services, and financial viability of programs by creating highly effective HR Organizations from ground up.

Beth has obtained the SHRM-SCP, and was named as one of 2016 Executive Mosaic’s Top Human Resources Executives in Government Contracting.  
Beth holds a BS in Business Management from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has received a Professional Human Resources Management Certification from Villanova University.

Professional Development:
HR Certification Institute's® ( official seal confirms that HR Alliance DC meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®.  This program has been awarded 1.50 HR (General) credits.

HR Alliance DC is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. This program is valid for 1.50 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit

Wednesday May 6, 2020

"Making Talent Acquisition Your Competitive Advantage: Big Ideas You Can Use Today"

Speaker: Brenden Wright, Veeco Instruments