Incoming President Mike Bojanski to Help HRAM Celebrate 70 Years


Incoming President Mike Bojanski to Help HRAM Celebrate 70 Years

For Mike Bojanski, not getting involved was never an option. “HR people are wired to help others,” said Bojanski. “It’s in their DNA and they have a hard time saying ‘no’.”

Bojanski has been involved with the local human resource profession since he became a charter member of a personnel management club as a student at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. In 1984, he joined the Human Resource Association of the Midlands (HRAM) and became heavily involved in the organization in the early 1990s when he volunteered to become a member of both the Professional Development and Student Chapter committees.

Starting January 1st, Bojanski has become HRAM’s 2018 board president – the year that HRAM is celebrating their 70th year in service to the HR profession.

“We will be doing some fun things during the year to recognize and celebrate our history,” Bojanski said. “We will also be implementing a strategic three-year plan we recently created.”

The staff and board will continue to focus on membership engagement and growth, providing the highest quality professional development for members, and expanding partnerships with non-profits and other organizations. HRAM will also be moving their regular luncheon programs to a new location, as well – The Champions Club at Champions Run golf course.

HRAM ( is the premiere organization for human resource professionals in the Omaha metropolitan area and is the local affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). With over 1,000 members, HRAM is a super-mega chapter, one of the largest nationally. HRAM provides its members a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of human capital management. Through educational, developmental and professional interactive forums, HRAM serves the needs of businesses locally.