Deanna S. Hatmaker, senior vice president of development and strategic performance for Ulliance, Inc., a human resource management company based in Troy, has been elected to the Michigan Parkinson Foundation board of directors.
As a board member of the Michigan Parkinson Foundation, a Bingham Farms-based foundation supporting people with Parkinson’s disease, Hatmaker will serve alongside medical and business professionals to educate and provide resources to people with Parkinson’s and related disorders.
Hatmaker also serves on the Baker College business administration advisory board, the Baker College state advisory board, and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management, inforum, the Public Relations Society of America, and the Detroit chapter of the Michigan council of the Society of Human Resources Management. She is a past board member of the Kime Fund advisory board, Ross Business Institute employer advisory board, Investor’s Credit Union audit committee, and past chairperson of the Michigan Unemployment Employer advisory Detroit board.
Hatmaker, of Northville, earned a Bachelor of Science from Eastern Michigan University and a Master of Science and Administration from Central Michigan University. She also completed her executive education programs through the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.