Liz Uzzo

Elizabeth C. Uzzo, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Liz has been with H2M architects + engineers since 1987. As H2M’s Sr. Vice President, Director of Human Resources and Partner, she provides our executive leadership team with advice, guidance and direction on all aspects of H2M’s human resources. She leads and directs a human resource team of professionals with the objective to achieve excellence in everything we do with a focus on H2M’s core values.

Highly active within the A&E industry, she has worked closely with peer groups over the years to bring to H2M ‘first-in-class’ HR organizational clarity on operational structure, employee development, recruiting/retaining talent, risk mitigation, regulatory compliance, work force, and succession planning. She has spoken at national industry conferences on topics such as employee engagement and best practices in human resources.

Liz received her undergraduate degree from New York Institute of Technology [NYIT] in Hospitality Management and later went on to obtain a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management and Labor Relations. She currently holds senior level certifications from the Society of Human Resource Management [SHRM the largest professional organization representing HR Professionals], and the Human Resources Certification Institute [HRCI].

She is active in a number of charitable and civic organizations such as The INN,
MSKCC Cycle for Survival, The NYIT HRM Graduate Program Advisory Board and the Long Island Chapter of SHRM.

She is lifelong resident of Huntington and currently resides in Dix Hills with her son. Prior to joining H2M Liz worked in the restaurant industry as a pastry chef and owned a commercial longline fishing vessel. She represented this industry across the eastern seaboard and the Gulf of Mexico in government to ensure fair representation of this community. Liz’s passion has always been to be an advocate for others to ensure fair treatment of the underrepresented.

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