Enzymedica, Inc., a leading manufacturer of enzyme end products today announced that their HR Generalist, Crystal Swazey, was nominated and accepted to the National Association of Professional Women.
The NAPW is an exclusive American association of female executives, professionals, and entrepreneurs. The organization counts members from
Harvard, Boston University, and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) among its ranks.
“Each day I wake up thrilled with the amazing opportunities which are unfolding in my life,” Crystal shares. “I was nominated anonymously, so the NAPW acceptance is a surprise honor for which I am extremely grateful.”
Crystal has over 10 years of human resource experience, including benefits administration, performance management, policy development, training, staffing, and employee relations. Prior to her career with Enzymedica Crystal worked with Sappi Fine Paper, Home Quarters, G.H. Bass & Co. and Mastec.
As stated on their website, the NAPW is “an exclusive network for professional women to connect, learn and inspire,” and “provides a global platform for women to voice their opinions and share their thoughts on family, economic and political issues that affect us.”
Crystal says, “I am looking forward to connecting with other professional women, here in Florida and on a national level. The NAPW provides me a resource to develop and grow my skill set as an HR professional.”
A growing organization, Enzymedica benefits from Swazey’s depth of knowledge. Crystal sees this new affiliation as an opportunity to expand her skill set and enrich the resources she has at her fingertips. Over time, these skills will shape the HR policies and procedures which make Enzymedica’s long term vision a reality.
What is truly amazing about Crystal’s story is that five months ago she was unemployed and apprehensive, her former employer the victim of a waning economy. As a career woman and mother of three, how would her life change as a result of this economic trial? Instead of becoming depressed and dejected, Ms. Swazey maintains that her confidence and faith was strengthened.
Enzymedica, a leader in the digestive care and enzyme category experienced record growth over the past decade, necessitating additional staff. This growth made the addition of an HR manager essential. It was through this opportunity that Ms. Swazey joined Enzymedica. Her future has never looked so bright.
In addition to networking and mentoring, members of the NAPW are deeply involved in charity work. The NAPW has a particular affinity for charities and nonprofits which focus on child wellness and women’s issues. Ms. Swazey brings a background in charity work, including Habitat for Humanity, The United Way and the outreach program Hearts of Mercy. Crystal is very involved with Enzymedica’s efforts to promote autism awareness, and is eager to share her enthusiasm for Enzymedica’s 2009 launch of the Autism Hope Alliance with her associates in the NAPW. Crystal received an Associate Degree in Business Management from the University of Southern Maine. An ongoing member of the local Society of Human Resource Management, Crystal is currently working toward a certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR).
To learn more about Enzymedica and their executive team, visit www.enzymedica.com.
About Enzymedica, Inc.:
Florida-based Enzymedica, Inc., was founded in 1998 to offer consumers targeted enzyme products that address digestion issues, food allergies and intolerances, cardiovascular issues, immune function and inflammation. The exclusive Enzymedica Thera-blend™ process combines different strains of each major enzyme to work more broadly in the digestive tract and throughout the entire body. Enzymedica's products are made from only the highest quality plant and plant-based enzymes and are 100 percent vegan and vegetarian.
About The NAPW:
The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is one of the most exclusive and rapidly growing associations of female executives, professionals, and entrepreneurs in the United States. We span almost every industry, including health and medicine, education, advertising and public relations, manufacturing, publishing, communications, entertainment, law, and more.