Di Ann Sanchez, PhD, SPHR, SHRM-SCP is the founder of DAS HR Consulting LLC, a HUB certified firm focused on creative and non-traditional Human Resources programs and services. Ms. Sanchez has over 30 years of experience and has held executive Human Resources positions with both private and public companies. She has extensive experience in: Compensation, Benefits Planning, Recruiting, Retention Strategies, Diversity, Compliance Training, Succession Planning, Talent Management, Shared Services, HR Technology, Employee and Labor Relations, HR Audits, DiSC Assessments, and Strengths Training. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California at Los Angeles, her Master’ Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, and her PhD in Organizational Management and Human Resources from Capella University.
"Di Ann Sanchez was truly inspiring. She gave me the energy that I needed to continue in the field of HR. I would recommend her session to entry level HR professionals as well as a refresher for seasoned professionals."
- Dr. Sanchez holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix, and a PhD in Organization and Management with a specialization in Human Resources from Capella University.
Honors & Awards
Dr. Sanchez’s Human Resources group at Delta Technology won Atlanta’s Society of Human Resource Management HR Professional Excellence Award. She was named by Hispanic Business magazine as one of the “Top 50 Hispanic Women in Business”, one of the “Top 80 Elite Hispanic Women”, and “Top 100 Latinas in America”. She was highlighted in the Hispanic Journal Magazine recognizing her accomplishments in Human Resources and Diversity at American Airlines and has been featured in “USA Today” and Fox News Business Career Accelerator. Dr. Sanchez nationally educates and speaks to business and Human Resources leaders on “Attracting, Engaging and Retaining the Hispanic Workforce” and “Why Can’t We All Just Get Along! – Diversity and Generations in the Workplace”.