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Jill Hudson, Esq., SPHR

Jill Hudson, Esq., SPHR

Jill Hudson, Esq., SPHR,
Adjunct Faculty - Human Resources Certification
School of Business
Human Resources Certification


Areas of Expertise

Jill brings the benefit of over 25 years of professional human resources experience at the executive level in public, private, government and professional services environments to provide support to her consulting clients. She has a passion for helping organizations create and integrate a strategic HR function that aligns with the overall company mission and objectives. A human resources generalist and management consultant, Ms. Hudson has a broad background in HR compliance, strategic planning, organizational culture, employee relations, benefits design and administration, total compensation planning, organizational design, performance management and training and development.

Prior to joining Gallagher Benefit Services Oklahoma City Office in October of 2015, she was president of Hudson & Associates Consulting, Inc., an organizational consulting firm providing HR and employment law compliance support to organizations of all sizes.  Jill holds a Juris Doctorate from Oklahoma City University, a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Secondary Education Certification from Ohio Northern University, and has completed significant course work toward a PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at the University of Georgia. She is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma and has held the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation for over 20 years. Jill is also an adjunct faculty member, instructing for graduate and undergraduate degree programs on ground and online since 1998. She is a frequent speaker, facilitator and trainer for a wide variety of organizations and programs and is qualified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and provides assistance to organizations in team/leadership development. Jill is also a certified mediator and provides private mediation services to her clients, which can often prevent an issue from escalating to agency claims or litigation.