COLUMBIA, Md. – Enterprise Community Partners (Enterprise) today announced human resources veteran Mikki Bertot Galloway will join Enterprise as Chief Human Resources Officer starting February 5. Based out of Enterprise’s Columbia, Md. office, Bertot Galloway will lead the full suite of human resources programs and initiatives at Enterprise, including talent acquisition, career development, total rewards, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a member of the organization’s Operating Committee, she will collaborate with other leaders to ensure Enterprise's more than 1,000 employees nationwide are well equipped to further Enterprise's ability to address the nation's shortage of affordable homes.
“At the heart of Enterprise is a commitment to prioritize people; and our work to ensure everyone has a safe place to call home wouldn’t be possible without Enterprisers all across the country,” said Shaun Donovan, President and CEO of Enterprise. “Mikki’s decades of experience in creating people-focused initiatives and advocating for diverse, inclusive workplaces will make her an invaluable member of the Enterprise community.”
Bertot Galloway brings more than 25 years of experience in providing strategic leadership and crafting innovative workplace initiatives across a diverse set of industries including education, financial services, retail, and utilities. She served most recently as vice president of people and culture at Washington Gas.
“I’m honored to be a part of the movement Enterprise is leading to provide affordable homes across the country,” said Bertot Galloway. “I look forward to continuing to build and foster an environment of innovation and inclusiveness that supports our employees in our shared mission.”
Bertot Galloway holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from the University of Maryland and has earned certifications as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and Strategic Human Resources Business Partner.
About Enterprise Community Partners
Enterprise is a national nonprofit that exists to make a good home possible for the millions of families without one. We support community development organizations on the ground, aggregate and invest capital for impact, advance housing policy at every level of government, and build and manage communities ourselves. Since 1982, we have invested $64 billion and created 951,000 homes across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands – all to make home and community places of pride, power and belonging. Join us at enterprisecommunity.org | Twitter: @EnterpriseNow