Danielle Voss Named Vice President of Human Resources

Danielle Voss has been promoted to Vice President of Human Resources, after being with Dudek for more than 8 years. She brings nearly two decades of expertise in Human Resources to her new leadership role.

“Danielle has been an invaluable asset to our company, demonstrating unwavering dedication, exceptional leadership, and a deep understanding of our values,” said Dudek CEO and President Joe Monaco. “Danielle has played a pivotal role in shaping our HR strategies and fostering a positive workplace culture.”

As Human Resources Director, Danielle notably expanded and diversified the HR department, creating specialized teams in recruiting, talent management, benefits, wellness, employee relations, and learning and development. She played a pivotal role in enhancing the communication of our unique culture to potential employees and driving progress in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts. Under her leadership, Dudek received multiple Top Workplace and Culture Excellence awards, and her team was a finalist for the San Diego Human Resources Forum Human Resources Team of the Year.

In her elevated role as Vice President of Human Resources, Danielle is well-positioned to leverage her extensive experience and the resources she has cultivated. This strategic advantage will enable her to further develop and execute a visionary approach to HR at Dudek.

“I am thrilled to embrace this new challenge and contribute to the continued growth and success of the company. Most importantly, I take pride in the opportunity to shape change and redefine the employee experience for our team at Dudek,” Danielle said.

Danielle’s unparalleled commitment to Dudek’s culture and strategic growth will undoubtedly steer HR initiatives to new heights and will play a critical role in our continued success. She holds a Master of Science in Employee Relations from the University of New Haven, and her career accomplishments have been celebrated with an HR Rock Star Award by the San Diego HR Forum.