Alumna Makes Mark in D.C.
July 19, 2012
Kathryn Medina (BSBA ’04) says earning a bachelor’s degree from Strayer University helped lay the foundation for her career. “Furthering my education was a positive turning point in both my professional and personal life,” she says.
Medina is now the executive director for the Chief Human Capital Officers Council at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in Washington, D.C. In this role, she oversees the activities of the council, which is responsible for directing the human resource strategy for the federal workforce. Medina also serves on several advisory panels, including the Next Generation of Government.
In recognition of her post-graduation success, Medina was presented with the Outstanding Alumni Award during Strayer University’s regional commencement ceremony at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., on June 23.
In addition to earning an undergraduate degree from Strayer University, Medina holds a Master of Education in global human resource development, and earned a Lean Six Sigma certificate. She also holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources certification and serves as an adjunct faculty member for Georgetown University.
Outside of the office, Medina supports several charitable causes, including the Feds Feed Families’ annual food drive.