Jill Marten

Balancing Career with Community Service

About Jill Marten

Human resources executive Jill Marten has more than 15 years of HR industry experience; she presently serves as corporate director of human resources with Baptist Health South Florida (BHSF) in Miami. The recipient of a bachelor of science from the College of Human Sciences at Florida State University, she currently oversees human resources strategies and operations at BHSF and develops and implements HR policies. Jill Marten’s day-to-day leadership responsibilities also include building and launching programs that support sourcing and on-boarding initiatives, in addition to managing HR professionals located across multiple sites.

Outside of work, Jill Marten divides her time between professional development and charitable giving. She currently engages in networking and continuing education as an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management. She previously sat on the board of directors of the Miami Life Alliance Organ Recovery Agency of the University of Miami Health System. Ms. Marten enjoys giving to nonprofits, including The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis and the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. She has also participated in a National Multiple Sclerosis Society bicycle ride.

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Wants to "Start Something Epic"

Based in Miami, Jill Marten serves as the corporate director of human resources of Baptist Health South Florida. Aside from a career in human resources spanning more than two decades, Jill Marten actively participates in a number of community organizations, among them Big Brothers Big Sisters, a national youth mentoring program.

The country's largest mentoring program, Big Brothers Big Sisters helps at-risk youth build confidence in themselves and establish healthy relationships. Volunteer mentors are paired with youth from the program to develop a healthy rapport that leads to a meaningful friendship. Additionally, the organization offers several educational and public outreach programs.

One outreach program the organization currently runs is a partnership with Warner Bros. Studios, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and New Line Cinema to bring the value of volunteering to audiences of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Big Brothers Big Sisters has integrated scenes from the film in its television ads to encourage viewers to Start Something Epic. The goal of the Start Something Epic campaign is to inspire audiences to volunteer as a Big Brother or Big Sister mentor within the organization.

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