Meet Our Organizational Development Team

Elissa Biegen

VP, HR Consulting

Elissa Biegen serves as OperationsInc’s VP, HR Consulting, bringing over 26 years of HR experience to the team. Prior to joining OperationsInc, she managed the Human Resources function in small to mid-size companies in industries including healthcare, marketing, and financial services. Currently, Elissa co-leads the HR Consulting and Support team, serving as an escalation point for HR clients. Her areas of expertise include compliance and best practices, HR infrastructure, and policy and procedure development. She also leads the Training & Development team.

Elissa earned a B.B.A. in Personnel Management from George Washington University.


Lindsay Peress

Director, HR Consulting

Lindsay Peress is OperationsInc’s Director, HR Consulting. She has over 12 years of HR experience in areas such as employee handbook development, HR administration, and organizational development. Lindsay previously worked for businesses in the publishing and marketing industries, with a focus on full employee life-cycle needs. Currently, she supports clients in a variety of industries and co-leads the HR Consulting and Support team.

Lindsay earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Binghamton University.


Kimberley Nash

Kimberley Nash

HR Manager / OD Specialist

Kimberley Nash rejoined OperationsInc in May 2015 as an HR Generalist / OD Specialist, and in December 2015 was promoted to the role of HR Manager / OD Specialist. She brings over 8 years of experience to the team. Prior to rejoining OperationsInc, Kim managed the HR function in mid-sized companies in the startup, tech, and healthcare industries. Currently, Kim supports the OperationsInc internal HR function, as well as a variety of clients across several industries.

Kimberley earned a M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of New Haven and a B.A. in Psychology from Quinnipiac University. She is also a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.


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