Human Resources

  • Richard A. Winston III, GPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, CCP,

    Chief Talent & Culture Officer Human Resources 202.938.5059

    Richard’s career in human resources spans more than twenty years across various industries, including healthcare, legal, government, real estate, telecommunications, retail, associations, and non-profit organizations. He has held several management, leadership, contract, and consultant roles where he balanced the expectations of ever-evolving workforce and met the needs of complex organizational operations through transformative initiatives.  His former employers include the American Civil Liberties Union, Doctors Community Hospital, Washington Center for Aging Services, Deanwood Rehabilitation & Wellness Center, District of Columbia Department of Human Resources, U.S. Angola Chamber of Commerce, K. Hovnanian Homes, The Howard County Center for African American Culture, and Black Entertainment Television (BET), among others.

    Richard’s desire to create change in the workplace began during his graduate studies. His education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Old Dominion University, a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Communications from Bowie State University, and certificates in Human Resources Management from The Catholic University of America, Villanova University, and Howard County Community College.

    At Friendship Place Richard ensures that talent-related strategies are aligned with overarching organizational strategic plans and human resources logic modeland developed to satisfy the needs of current and prospective employees. He is committed to having a passion-driven, inclusive, fun, transparent, collaborative, and healthy culture. 

    His team is committed to professional development, improved performance and effectiveness, and sustainable change management, in addition to thoughtful ongoing workforce planning.

  • Caroline Bailey,

    Human Resources Manager Human Resources (771) 200-7103
  • Sierra Rehmke,

    Human Resources Generalist Human Resources 202.492.0855

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