BBR - (Maryland) As a dynamic leader, change agent, and visionary, Martine DeVoe garners an impressive career journey that spans over 13 years. Martine has worked tirelessly to implement human capital solutions that integrates diversity and inclusion for some of the world’s largest corporate brands. She has a consistent track record of positioning organizations for success, building and leading high-performance leaders, and positively impacting employee relations. At the forefront of human resources leadership, her strategic approach to launching critical global HR initiatives cemented her position as a leading Human Resources Strategist. 

In only six years, Martine progressed through the Human Resources ranks to become a trusted advisor in her current role with e-commerce giant, Amazon, as Sr. Human Resources Business Partner. Professionally regarded as an Employee Relations expert, she seamlessly and effectively bridges the gap between corporate leaders and over 1,000 associates while forging relationships that fosters trust and brand loyalty. 

Martine’s human resources career began in 2014, when she received her Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from the University of Phoenix. Martine’s first HR opportunity was as a Human Resources Specialist with Morris Communications. Within a year, she would lead the charge in providing multi-state human resources support to over 400 employees from coast to coast. 

Throughout the next six years, Martine would work hard to surpass ambitious career goals while shattering performance expectations at multiple Fortune 500 companies. Prior to her current role, Martine served as the Sr. Human Resources Business Partner for General Dynamics Information Technology. Here, she provided support to a $3 billion dollar program for the Office of Intelligence and Homeland Security which serviced 600 employees. After observing her division’s attrition rate, she was challenged by her VP to implement an initiative that would retain top talent. Martine gathered a six-member team of Executives to collaborate on a plan of action.

The well-executed plan resulted in Martine pioneering an all-inclusive career pathway program, ultimately saving on cost-per-hire, while retaining top talent; therefore, allowing the organization to maximize profits. Reaching beyond her organizational leadership roles, Martine has sat on several human resource boards, most recently on the Northern Virginia Society for Human Resources Management Board of Directors as the Community Relations Chair. Her willingness to share her expertise within the community, has resulted in her facilitating Resume and Interview Workshops, offering resume critiques for recent graduates, and serving as a guest speaker for local colleges and universities.

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