Deborah Carl

Associate Vice President of Human Capital and Administration

In her role as AVP of Human Capital and Administration, Deb is responsible for all human resources functions, including Talent Acquisition, Reward Systems, Employee Relations and Training and Development. In addition, she oversees Employee Engagement, Facilities and FSO functions for ERPi.

At ERPi, Deb leads HR initiatives to support the firm’s strategy execution and growth with workforce engagement and performance management, compensation and benefits to ensure the most competitive programs for our people, and training and development for our teams’ professional success. Deb oversees two of our most critical internal initiatives, our Diversity and Inclusion Initiative and our Wellness Enterprise.  The Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Corporate Initiative reflects ERPi’s commitment to cultivating a strong sense of inclusion and appreciation of the rich diversity of the ERPi community. Our Wellness Enterprise is a highly engaged team leading events and sustainable programs focused on the overall wellbeing of our employees.

Prior to joining ERPi, Deb held senior leadership positions in HR for multinational organizations as well as small US-based enterprises.  She has expertise in both for-profit and non-profit environments where she provided strategic human resources leadership and innovation to design and implementation of human resources strategies.

Deb holds a BBA from the College of William and Mary.  She is active in her community, advocating for employers’ support of work-family issues. She is a past Chair of theFairfax County Employer Child Care Council (a public/private partnership between the Fairfax County Government and leading employers in the Northern Virginia area) and held a leadership role in CARE – Companies as Responsive Employers (a partnership with the Northern Virginia Family Service).  Deb serves as a member of the Adjunct Faculty of George Mason University’s College of Health and Human Services, teaching Human Resource Management in the Health Administration and Policy Department, where she combines her passion for teaching with a desire to further the HR profession by providing relevant and insightful learning opportunities to students of all ages and experience levels.