Rachel Anevski Joins Ranks of New Jersey’s Future Leaders
Smolin Lupin is pleased to announce its Director of Human Capital Rachel Anevski, PHR has been selected as a fellow in the 2012 class of Leadership New Jersey (LNJ).
"Being a part of the LNJ 2012 class will afford me the opportunity to learn about the many facets of New Jersey alongside a diverse group of leaders living and working in all parts of the state," said Anevski, of Wayne, N.J. "I look forward to learning new leadership skills to better serve the Smolin professionals and staff, while developing lasting relationships with lifetime learners."
Each year, LNJ selects a new group of about 50 proven leaders to be a part of the one-year LNJ Seminar Program. Fellows come from all parts of the state and from various backgrounds in business, government, the health care industry, academia, and not-for-profits.
LNJ seeks to educate, empower and engage talented leaders to create systemic change around New Jersey's most challenging issues. The organization aims to make New Jersey a better place to live and work for all through informed, effective leadership.
Anevski joined Smolin Lupin in 2003. She has more than 15 years of experience working in human resources. At Smolin, one of the oldest and largest accounting firms headquartered in northern New Jersey, she oversees the human resources and business development departments
Anevski holds an undergraduate degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Forensic Psychology and has an M.A. in Organizational Behavior from Fairleigh Dickinson University. She has lectured on the topic of "Politics in the Workplace," mentor programs, professional services business development, leadership, entrepreneurship, as well as benefit management and strategic planning. She has developed training programs in personal marketing plans and business development skills. In addition, Anevski has also authored several articles on practice development/management for professional firms.