Active in regional and international human resource organizations, Haley Recio served on the Board of Directors of PASCO, the Sonoma County association for human resource professionals. A member of the Northern California Human Resources Association, Haley Recio is also one of 250,000 international professionals who belong to the Society for Human Resource Management. In addition, Ms. Recio is one of only 800 people worldwide to hold dual certifications as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR). These national and international accreditations come through the Human Resource Certification Institute. Currently serving as the Director of Human Resources for Enphase Energy, Haley Recio possesses over 12 years of experience in domestic and international human resource management. A specialist in human resources for high-tech startup companies, Haley Recio served as a prominent team member at Teknovus, Inc. before its successful acquisition by Broadcom Corporation in 2010 for $123 million. Highly skilled in the management of human capital, Haley Recio trains countless executives and provides key insight into the recruitment of top technicians and analysts. Creative, intuitive, and exceptionally well organized, Haley Recio has proven her effectiveness in the demanding high-tech startup field. Living and working in Northern California for the last decade, Haley Recio chooses to give back to her community through volunteering and the support of charities that have a personal connection to her life. A skilled horsewoman, Ms. Recio supports the CHANGE Program, established in 2007 to provide care for abandoned and neglected horses in Sonoma County. Also a member of the American Quarter Horse Association and the National Reining Horse Association, Ms. Recio sees firsthand the impact the current economic crisis has on horses, as their owners can no longer afford to properly care for them. Haley Recio gives her time to the Open Gate program at The Center for Children & Young Adults and also volunteers at the Healdsburg District Hospital, which serves the 50,000 residents of Northern Sonoma County.