Karen Fudge-Jensen, CEC-ACC

Head of HR and Volunteer Services

Karen has close to 30 years’ experience in the human resources field and 10 years as an executive coach. In addition to earning and maintaining HR certification (CHRP) for many years, she completed graduate studies in executive coaching at Royal Roads University and is a member of the International Coaching Federation. Karen is passionate about assisting organizations reach their business goals through effective human resource and performance management. As a certified executive coach she applies the language of creation, commitment and possibility to enable others to identify and leverage their potential. Through structured dialogue and active listening she works with others to create their most passionate futures.

Karen has been the Head of Human Resources and Volunteer Services with the Royal BC Museum since November 2004 and has had the opportunity to Chair the Heads Committee, sit as a member of the Executive Committee and complete a 15-month assignment as Vice President, Archives and Museum Operations. She acts as a leader of employee engagement, culture and strategic planning within the organization and manages a team in the day-to-day HR activities of 120 staff and the Volunteer Program of 600 volunteers working in all areas of the organization. Karen has in-depth experience related to human resources in a public service/union environment including recruitment, employee relations, management compensation, training and development and succession management including knowledge transfer and retention programs. She is committed to advancing employee performance through dialogue with a focus on corporate values.

Contact Karen Fudge-Jensen, CEC-ACC

Email: k.fudgejensen@royalbcmuseum.bc.ca