Fatime Doczi

Ms. Doczi is an innovative and results-driven human resources executive with domestic and international experience in building high performing, inclusive cultures, managing organizational effectiveness, mergers and acquisitions, diversity and inclusion, compliance, executive engagement, and total rewards. She has a proven aptitude in cross-functional leadership, with experience and an understanding of systematic implementation of business strategies that develop and strengthen organizational culture and human capital. Ms. Doczi is a visionary and accomplished driver of turnaround achievements and building strategic HR capabilities with transactional excellence.

Ms. Doczi most recently served as the Chief Human Resources Officer for Workforce Logiq in Orlando, FL, a leading provider of global workforce management and universal sourcing solutions, where she acted as a trusted strategic partner and advisor of the executive leadership team, providing insight on how to scale business, strategic direction, and alignment of cross-functional resources and activities. Previously she held an EVP, HR position at Advanced Discovery, Inc., and various Vice President positions at Kindred Healthcare, and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts.

Ms. Doczi received a BS/BA degree in Business Management and Global Business from Rider University. While earning her degree, she graduated cum laude. She earned her M.B.A. with a concentration in Human Resources and Health Care Management from Phoenix University, where she graduated summa cum laude.

Ms. Doczi’s knowledge in Human Resources is complemented by a certification as a Certified Executive Coach, an HPI-Corporate Athlete, a 360 Feedback Facilitator, and a Predictive Index (PI) Assessment Facilitator. She has also completed a DE&I certification by Cornell University, and professional development course in Leading Your Organization, a vice president-level leadership program by Linkage. Additionally, Ms. Doczi shares her vast expertise and background as a Presenter on topics that span global employee relocation to unsafe environments at the Out & Equal 2013-15 Conferences on Global Mobility.