HRC Accolades: New “Masters” at HRC

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The Human Resources Center of NEPA encourages an environment of continuous learning.  Sometimes there are staff who take it one step further. Such is the case for two HRC employees: Jaclyn Moser, Payroll Specialist, and JoHanna Wnenta Schultz, Program Specialist. Both of these driven women took it upon themselves to further their education and have recently graduated from their respective universities with Master’s degrees in their field.

Jaclyn recently celebrated her 7-year anniversary with HRC. While Jaclyn has grown with HRC professionally as a Payroll Specialist, her decision to return to school was purely a personal goal.

“I have always wanted to obtain my Master’s degree,” Jaclyn said. “I am a lifelong learner and love to learn.” She goes on to joke that if she could be paid to go to school, she might never leave.

Jaclyn received her Master’s in Human Resources and Employee Relations with concentrations in Benefits and Compensation and Employment and Labor Law from Penn State University.

JoHanna is currently the Community Participation Support Program Specialist of HRC’s Church Street location in Honesdale, PA. Her passion for the advocacy and support of individuals with disabilities comes from her late father, who was a dedicated advocate himself. JoHanna is widely regarded as an industry expert and recently presented as a panelist at the Maine Association for Community Service Provider’s 2-day webinar series.

“Jackie actually motivated me to get my Master’s,” JoHanna remarked with a chuckle. “True story! We are former officemates!” She goes on to add, “my dad was also a huge supporter. I could not have completed my degree in 2 years without the encouragement of my family.”

JoHanna Wnenta Schultz received her Master’s in Education: Curriculum and Instruction for Special Education from Liberty University and graduated with Highest Honors of Distinction.

On behalf of all of HRC, we would like to congratulate both Jaclyn and JoHanna on their successes. We are incredibly proud to proclaim them as valued HRC staff. We know they will continue to utilize their skills to assist HRC in continuing our mission to serve and support individuals with disabilities in NEPA. Congratulations, Jackie and JoHanna!