We are the “go-to” human resources experts for individual and organizational needs; transforming how our economy operates by contributing to its growth and empowerment while doing the most good. We pride ourselves in our passion and desire to bring back the missing human function of human resources. We are driven by the positive impact our efforts have on the lives of our clients.
Our mission is to deliver tailored services of the highest quality, paired with steadfast dedication, professionalism and individual pride. Whether your needs relate to personal branding or increased business success, we want you to Amplify HigheR.
• Servant Leadership
• Customer Service
To be one of the top human resources consulting firms in the nation.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
We are committed to DEI and prioritize partnering with those who recognize the value our differences contribute to the community in which we serve. We envision a world where workplace cultures sustain environments where people thrive, have a sense of belonging, inclusive cultures with diverse perspectives to better their workplaces and the community.
Kimberly V. Wynn, MPA, PHR, IPMA-SCP
Olubunmi Parks, MPA, PHR, SHRM-CP, CNP
Kimberly V. Wynn hails from Detroit, MI and at a very young age realized she possessed a passion for and thoroughly enjoyed helping others. This passion was the driving factor in her decision to obtain her Masters of Public Administration degree. Her passion for human resources was ignited during her 3rd semester of graduate school when she was exposed to several management organizational theory courses. Kimberly graduated in December 2010 and set out to fulfill her passion within the human resources field.
Kimberly has worked in various areas of human resources including, personnel management, career coaching, recruitment, employee relations, and talent acquisition. She attributes her success in the field to her innate ability to make deep and meaningful long-lasting connections with others. She’s never met a stranger. She prides herself in managing to enforce both federal and state policies and procedures, while simultaneously ensuring that the human in human resources is still the primary focus. Kimberly holds a certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) from the Human Resources Certification Institute.
Kimberly believes in empowering others and providing them with resources and techniques to ensure their overall professional success. She believes that the true success of an individual is measured by the amount of service he/she offers others. Kimberly is happy to be of service to you for your professional human resources needs.
“Every job is a self-portrait of the person who does it. Let me help you autograph your work with excellence.”
~Kimberly V. Wynn
Olubunmi Fadase Parks (Bunmi) embraced a passion for all things human capital, since her college years at Grand Valley State University (GVSU). Her on-campus work-study job was in the Benefits Office, where she was the lead student assistant for four years, supporting benefits administration to more than 1,100 faculty and staff. She possesses a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources as well as a Master of Public Administration degree both from GVSU. Bunmi holds a certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) as well as the Society for Human Resources Management - Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) designation.
Bunmi’s 13-year HR career has afforded her the opportunity to work in and provide expertise to various disciplines including: benefits administration, HR metrics and strategy, employee relations, full life cycle recruiting, career coaching, and affirmative action/EEO reporting to name a few. She has worked for a certified B-Corporation, local government, and a higher education institution, giving her the broad background knowledge necessary to meet your small-business needs.
“We spend the majority of our lives at work, so a sense of peace and enjoyment should be present. Let me help you create your happy workplace.”
~Bunmi Fadase Parks