Caroline Conner

Caroline Conner

Director of Corporate Culture, SPHR

About Caroline Conner

Caroline Conner holds a Senior Management position as the Director of Corporate Culture overseeing the Human Resources and Marketing departments for Homeowners Financial Group, an award-winning national mortgage banking company with offices in over 35 cities across the United States.

Over the course of 12 years serving the growth and development of HFG, Ms. Conner has been at the helm in creating, developing and maintaining HFG’s unparalleled award-winning image – encompassing business leadership to civic and community philanthropy. Starting with 30 employees to now over 385 employees, Caroline is charged with the creative development of all company internal and external branding. From internal communications to public campaigns, all phases are channeled through departments under her guidance.

Named as the 2012 “Employee of the Year” Caroline has spearheaded over 85 community awards and accolades in offices across the U.S. and has overseen the almost half a million dollars donated to local charities throughout the country since joining the company.

She was selected as a “40 Under 40″ Honoree from the Phoenix Business Journal class of 2019 and ‚”Top 30 Business Leaders In Their 30s” from Arizona Business Magazine, Judith Krebs, PHR Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award Nominee from Arizona SHRM, and holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) from the HR Certification Institute. Originally from Vancouver, Canada, she attended the British Columbia Institute of Technology’s School of Business for their Marketing Management and Communications Program.

Caroline and husband Joseph Conner, enjoy time with their social media phenomenon dog <strong><a href=””>@nanookbear</a></strong> who has over 20,000 followers. She is on the Board of Directors for Gabriel’s Angels and serves as Board Secretary along with sitting on their Executive Committee. Gabriel’s Angels mission is to inspire confidence, compassion, and best behaviors in at-risk children through pet therapy.