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OPM Exec Kathryn Medina to Enter Private Sector

Kathryn MedinaKathryn Medina will step down from her post at the Office of Personnel Management on Jan. 3 to pursue a career in the private sector, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday.

Michael O’Connell writes Medina joins APCO Worldwide, a woman-owned communications consultancy firm, as a senior member of the Washington, D.C.-based company’s HR team.

As executive director of OPM’s Chief Human Capital Officers Council for four years, Medina coordinated and oversaw all activities of the council as it sought to maintain competitive government workforce and effective federal HR operations.

Medina’s work as first provost of HR University, a resource website designed to elevate federal HR management, earned her a Causey Award in 2011 from Federal News Radio for excellence in government service.

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