Sage Integration's Lori Hudnall to Chair PSA's Corporate Social Responsibility Committee

Sage Integration today announced Lori Hudnall, director of human resources, will serve a one-year term as chair of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee at the PSA Security Network, the world's largest systems integrator consortium. Working with the network's education team, the CSR committee shares knowledge, fosters collaboration, develops resources and establishes industry best practices for organization members.

The CSR committee assists PSA members by:

• Furthering diversity, equity and inclusivity within the security industry
• Recruiting and retaining talent
• Volunteerism and community engagement
• Identifying new talent recruitment pools
• Human resources

Hudnall will work with other committee members and the PSA staff to design and present online content, roundtable discussions, educational forums and annual presentations at PSA-TEC and other appropriate venues.

Hudnall has more than 15 years of people leadership at Sage, Cornwell Quality Tools and Coca-Cola Refreshments. She has earned the prestigious Senior Certified Professional certificate from the Society for Human Resource Management. She said he looks forward to using her experience to meet the CSR committee’s responsibilities.

"People are an integrator's most valuable asset," Hudnall said. "It's every member's responsibility to connect, attract and develop a diverse professional team while also engaging in volunteer activities that benefit the communities they serve. It's my honor to work with PSA members to help achieve their CSR goals."

John Nemerofsky, chief operating officer at Sage, said Hudnall will well represent Sage and the entire security industry as CSR committee chair.

"Lori understands the need for security integrators to conduct their businesses fairly and ethically," he said. "Her extensive knowledge of the security industry and human resources will further advance the reputation of PSA and its members."

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