Lee-Ann Easton was Promoted as Deputy Director of Administration at State of Nevada

Date of management change: May 02, 2016 

What Happened?

Carson City, NV-based Lee-Ann Easton as Deputy Director of Administration


About the Company

Over the past 8 years we have continued to diversify our economy which dramatically has decreased our unemployment as well as increase our average wage. With a growing economy and many beautiful destinations, Nevada has become a destination for all. Nevadans have invested so much to ensure that the Silver State continues to be a great place to work and an amazing place to live for many generations to come. Are you ready to leave your legacy? Come join our amazing team today!


About the Person

Lee-Ann Easton is the Deputy Director of Administration at State of Nevada since May 2016.   Prior to that, she served as Administrator for the Division of Human Resource Management (formerly the Department of Personnel) at State of Nevada from Dec. 2011 - May 2016.   Previously, Easton worked for the Department of Administration where her duties included overseeing human resources functions and assisting the Director with managing day-to-day operational activities, managing budget responsibilities, and providing administrative oversight to the department`s personnel office.   In addition to her strong background in project management, operations and budgeting, Lee-Ann brings with her nearly 28 years of experience in human resources. She began her career with the State of Nevada working with the Public Employees Benefits Program, then served several years in the Department of Personnel before moving on to the Department of Administration.    In 1994 she joined the Department of Administration as a Personnel Technician and was progressively promoted up to the Personnel Officer, where she served the majority of her time. During her tenure in human resources, she successfully developed the Department of Administration`s comprehensive centralized personnel services program which entailed evaluating program needs, hiring support staff and coordinating the merger of 10 different divisions into one centralized personnel services program. Easton has managed and been directly involved in all aspects of human resources including employee relations and development, recruitment, training, workplace investigations, personnel hearings, and employee associations relations. Additionally, she has served on several boards, committees and professional human resources organizations during her career and has gained a thorough knowledge of personnel statutes and regulations.


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