County promotes Jennifer Slater to deputy director of HR

Jennifer Slater, her husband, Brandon, and their two children.

Jennifer Slater, who joined Livingston County’s Human Resources team seven years ago, has been promoted to deputy director of the office.

After joining Livingston County’s Human Resource Department, Slater has become a recognized leader, gradually assuming more complex responsibilities including employee oversight, budget preparation and monitoring, and report generation and presentation. Slater oversees the county’s Employee Recognition Program, which recognizes the dedication and exemplary customer service the county’s employees display in their everyday work.

“I love the environment here at the county and the range of services our departments provide,” Slater said. “No two days are the same in this fast-paced environment, and I love every minute of it. Since starting here, I have had the privilege of being able to help with so many areas throughout Human Resources and throughout the County. It truly is a great place to work!”

Slater, a decorated synchronized ice skate who was part of the Team USA Synchronized Skating Team, is currently attending Villanova University for her master’s degree in Human Resources Development. She’s been married to her husband, Brandon, for nine years, and they live in Brighton Township with their two young children.

Livingston County’s Human Resources Department serves as a strategic partner to its internal departments as they carry out their missions of delivering quality services within the constraints of sound fiscal policy, and assists county leadership in all aspects of workforce management, including engaging employees, developing programs to support employee wellness, administering compensation and benefits plans, and more for approximately 700 employees.

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