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Sheri McGrath

Member Women United Global Leadership Council
VP Employee Inclusion Director within Human Resources U.S. Bank

Oversees all employee groups at U.S. Bank including six Business Resource Groups (BRGs) with 28 chapters, the Alumni program and the 60 chapter strong global Development Network. The Development Network focuses on personal and professional development and meaningful community involvement. BRGs focus on recruitment/retention, professional development, culture and community and business input. BRGs include African American, Asian Heritage, Nosotros Latino, Proud to Serve (military), Spectrum (LBGT) and Women’s with additional groups in development.

She has successfully led a number of enterprise-wide employee engagement initiatives, most notably the Talk to US all employee engagement survey and the New Employee Orientation Web site, as well as a Career Exploration site for current employees.

McGrath has more than 14 years of experience at U.S. Bank and has held various positions within the HR organization. In a previous role, she developed and implemented strategic internal employee and manager communications on various topics from acquisitions to recruiting. Additionally, her passion for technology and social media helped the company create its first ever employee blog as part of the Career Exploration site where employees can learn about jobs within the company.

She currently serves on the Greater Twin Cities United Way’s Women United Impact (RFP) committee. She serves on the Make It. MSP. Newcomer strategy committee and the Children’s Theatre Company Curtain Call Ball committee organizing its annual fundraiser to provide access to the arts for thousands of children in our community. In addition, she volunteers for The Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts, Raze the Barre, fundraising committee.

McGrath holds a master’s in Business Communication from the University of St. Thomas and a bachelor’s degree from the College of St. Benedict with a major in English. She was an inaugural member of the Dynamic Dozen, which is a U.S. Bank initiative to tap up-and-coming millennials across the organization to work on special projects as defined by senior leadership.