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COA Welcomes Eveline Kraljic as their new Chief Operating Officer
By: COA (Council on Aging of Volusia County)
“I am so excited to be a part of the COA family,” said Kraljic. “COA has an incredible reputation and I’m honored to be a part of its ongoing impact,” she added.
Ms. Kraljic will be responsible for all human resources activities, as well as general operations of the agency, including facilities, phone systems, HVAC and maintenance. She will ensure that proper administrative, reporting and operational controls continue to stay in place and work efficiently.
Ms. Kraljic has her Bachelors in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources Management. With over 12 years’ experience in all aspects of human resources in various industries such as retail, manufacturing, insurance, and technology, she brings a wealth of experience to the organization. She has also developed and conducted extensive training for leadership teams, such as supervisory skills, interviewing, non-harassment and team building.
Additionally, she is certified through the HR Certification Institute with a Professional in Human Resources certification including a California-specific designation (PHR-CA) and is a SHRM-Certified Professional (SHRM-CP). SHRM is the Society for Human Resource Management, the world’s largest HR member organization.
Ms. Kraljic has spent the last four years at Brown & Brown, Inc. in its Team Resources – Employment Practices Department. She provided guidance and assistance to the company’s 200+ nationwide locations in the areas of employee relations, policies/procedures, performance management, federal and state legal compliance matters and recruitment.
Councils on Aging were originally formed in response to concerns about rising health costs and mandatory retirement. COA Volusia County continues to champion issues and create innovative programs that reflect our core values and focus on making life better for older adults, especially those with limited income and resources. COA Volusia County is a 503(c)(3) private non-profit who receives funds under the Older Americans Act by the Federal Department of Health and Human Services. COA is a “Lead Agency,” designated by the State of Florida as a service agency directly tasked with the health and welfare of senior citizens. For almost 50 years, COA has been the authority on Aging Services in Volusia County and one of the largest service agencies in northeast Florida. Thousands of clients are served every year within its broad spectrum of senior service programs including meals programs, health services and senior activities. They can be reached at (386) 253-4700 or visit them online at http://www.coavolusia.org or https://www.facebook.com/
COA (Council on Aging of Volusia County)