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The simple fact that you took the time to click on the tiny blue plus sign surely suggests your interest in IndySHRM - central Indiana's largest local SHRM chapter. But don't let our size intimidate you...we use it to our advantage! We have the resources to host over 24 events each year, and with that much going on you know there's bound to be some topics that will knock your socks off!

Plus, if you're looking for more opportunities to have closer knit-ties with the HR professionals you meet, then we HIGHLY encourage you to join one of our ten different IndySHRM committees. Volunteer work is one of the most effective ways to quickly engage and become an active member of our chapter.

Lastly, if you are passively testing the job transition waters or are in active job seeking mode already, you absolutely can't miss our IndySHRM Job Board. It's simply the most targeted resource for finding human resource-related career opportunities in the greater Indianapolis area.

So take a look around our site...we're so glad you stopped by!

Member Testimonials

“IndySHRM is a dynamic, active organization with many opportunities to get involved. As a committee leader in the past, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with our motivated, engaging Legislative Affairs committee to plan meaningful content for IndySHRM’s membership.”
Shelley Jackson, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP
"Over the past two years as a member of the Diversity and Inclusion committee, I have been able to add depth to my HR knowledge from attending the programs IndySHRM offers while expanding my network with great people that I have met."
Britt Griffin, IndySHRM Diversity & Inclusion Committee Member
"I have participated in IndySHRM for over 2 decades because I find tremendous value in the relationships and the information exchange offered by the organization. Some of my favorite HR people are those I have gotten to know through IndySHRM over the years - folks I call for support, key learning and even just for fun. Being part of the board has provided another level of engagement that challenges me to participate in win-win relationship with the chapter. If you are an HR professional at any level and you are not part of IndySHRM, you are missing out."
Karen Seketa, Element Three



“Personal financial issues are the No. 1 cause of employees’ workplace stress. Employees with high levels of stress from debt are twice as likely to experience a heart attack, three times more likely to suffer from stomach ulcers and migraines, and seven times more likely to suffer from anxiety. Due to the pressure and distractions that come from this level of financial burden, employee financial stress costs employers an average of $5,000 per employee per year in lost productivity.”

We will share some of the more common areas of financial concern for employees.  In addition we will discuss how a Financial Wellness program can not only  help reduce stress in the workplace, but also increase productivity by helping employees identify their goals offering resources to attain them.


Maria Caceres
Regions Bank
Financial Wellness Relationship Manager   (317) 514-4456

Maria joined Regions Bank in 2017 and serves as a Financial Wellness Relationship Manager.  Through Regions’ Financial Wellness program, she is responsible for establishing and strengthening business client relationships by helping them increase employee retention and productivity.  Creating awareness of the diverse tools and services Regions Bank offer to consumers at all levels. Working in community outreach to diverse communities promoting inclusion and helping to develop a great network of clients, consumers and bank advocates. Promoting Financial Wellness via Seminars and on-site presentations to Employees at all levels.

Prior to joining Regions Bank, Maria worked in the Travel Medical Insurance market as an International Business Development Director, Maria is very active in the Hispanic community in Indiana for which she advocates for equality, diversity and inclusion.

Maria was born in Venezuela where she obtained a Bachelor Degree in Journalism and a Master in Business Administration with a concentration in Financial Institutions.

Registration, Networking and Lunch: 11:30 am
Program Begins”12:00 pm
Program Concludes: 1:30 pm

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***During June and July only, every $10 donation made to the SHRM Foundation will enter you into a drawing for a 2018 HR Indiana Conference registration.***