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Carl Allison, SPHR MOB, is a passionate leader who believes sincerity and transparency are at the heart of leadership. In addition to bringing those qualities to his role, Carl is focused on helping CSHers remain connected to each other (even while working remotely) and improving the quality of life for CSH’s people, professionally and personally.

Prior to CSH, Carl most recently served as Director of Human Resources for VonLehman. Before that, he spent six years in HR leadership at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Carl also has experience working with Mercy Health, Fifth Third Bank, and Northern Kentucky University.

BS, Management, Northern Kentucky University MS, Organizational Behavior, Brigham Young University

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BS, Management, Northern Kentucky University MS, Organizational Behavior, Brigham Young University

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