Woman of the Week – Traci Dunn

Julie  -  Jun 18, 2012  -  No Comments

Each week, we feature a fantastic new woman we think you should know. Some of these women are clients, some are friends, some are women we’ve only just met. But they all have this in common: they are dynamic, interesting gals who have agreed to share with us their insights and secrets to success.

Traci Dunn

My Current Job/Company:
SVP-Inclusion, Talent & Organizational Effectiveness Director/Huntington National Bank

My Birthday:

My Work:
I enable high performance by creating an inclusive culture that welcomes diversity of thought so more and better ideas come faster. Additionally, I support the development of high performers through talent management, capability and leadership development as well as organizational effectiveness interventions.

My Passion:
Helping others help themselves.

My Family:
Single, no children but proud Aunt to 2 nephews and 5 nieces.

My Heroes:
My parents. They were married 54 years when my father passed in 2008. Such amazing role models!!!

My Escape:
Water and Sun

My Pet Peeve:

My Indulgence:

My Roots:
Southern, Family Oriented, Servant Leadership

My Future:

My Love:
Traveling the world.

My Movie:
Sparkle – Can’t wait for the remake in a few months.

My Quote on Life:
Actually my favorite scripture on life: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” – Philippians 4:13

My Accessory:
Chunky rings

My Advice to Young Women:
I’m going to give you a “mama-ism” (wise words from my Mama)….You are characterized by the company you keep. Surround yourself with like-minded people and people in place you aspire to be.

How I Balance it All:
By realizing there is no such thing as balance, it’s all about integration. Balance to me is half and half. If I only gave 50% to my job – I’d get fired. If I only gave 50% to myself, family and friends I’d fail. I just try to find ways to integrate the two. That might mean checking emails on my ipad while lounging on my deck or adding a weekend to a business trip to attend my nephew’s track meet.

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