About Caroline Conner
Respected. Thoughtful. Strong. Meet British Columbia native Caroline Conner, a continual pioneer in her field, with a proven track record for positive impact and change. Although Caroline is well known for her role in creating, developing, and maintaining the award-winning image of Homeowners Financial Group (HFG) through Human Resources and Marketing leadership, she has transitioned to a more focused role centered around Culture and Community Giving by working alongside the Executive and Senior Leadership team.
In her usual neoteric approach, she strives to create experiences intended for people to have favorable, desired, and memorable outcomes as it relates to the employee experience. She believes it is more important than ever for companies to retain employees in this ever-changing environment.
Caroline has spearheaded over 100 community awards and accolades in offices across the U.S. Since joining HFG over 15 years ago, she has also overseen more than half a million dollars donated to local charities throughout the country. In confluence, she also founded the Culture Committee, which originated with 20 members, and has now grown to 100+ members nationwide.
Giving back to the community and Culture are two deep-seated passions. Caroline has proven experience in applying policies and practices that led to HFG winning numerous best-place-to-work accolades, including recognition in Fortune and Inc. magazines. Her professional passions have produced a domino effect with the implementation of many commendatory methods.
She was selected as a “40 Under 40″ honoree from the Phoenix Business Journal class of 2019‚ “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 she holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) designation 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. As a childhood figure skater in Vancouver, she learned the importance of team building from an early age. Her ability to shine as a hard worker with dedication and exceptional skill was also prevalent as a teenage employee in her parents’ pizzeria, where she also juggled 2 other jobs exceedingly well.
Caroline has served on the Board of Directors for Gabriel’s Angels, a Valley non-profit whose mission is to inspire confidence, compassion, and best behaviors in at-risk children through pet therapy, Co-Chaired the Care Fund 2019 Desert Sky Gala where she tripled net revenue, and serves the American Heart Association through the Phoenix Heart Ball committee.
Caroline and her husband, Joseph Conner, reside in Arizona, and enjoy time with their two children.