Welcome!

Welcome to the HR Executive Forum!  We are a professional membership organization whose programming provides strategic, leading edge topics with an eye to practical application.  

We are dedicated to serve and support the professional development needs of senior-level HR professionals in our community.

Upcoming Programs

Membership Information

Membership in HR Executive Forum provides a number of benefits.

Membership is open to individuals who have a bona fide interest in the field of human resources as defined in the Association By-laws. HREF reviews all applications for membership and reserves the right to deny membership to those individuals who do not meet the criteria for membership as specified in the By-laws.

Effective July 1, 2021, HR Executive Forum is moving to a rolling membership structure vs. the previous July 1st-June 30th structure.  This decision will allow us to recruit for annual membership throughout the year and reduce a big push during the summer. 

Dues may be deductible as membership in a professional association on your income tax forms. Consult your tax advisor for more information. To receive member rates for an event, you must first become a member, and then register for the event(s). These will be two separate transactions.

Benefits of an HR Executive Forum Membership Include:
  • Free admission to all programs during the duration of the membership. 
  • Programs include leading edge topics, networking session, and refreshments.
  • Access to the HR Executive Forum's Membership Directory, which is not available to the public.
  • Networking opportunities with other senior-level Human Resource executives.
  • Access to presentation information posted in our Member's Only section.
  • Access to our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources page.
  • Involvement in the Minnesota HR community.
  • Professional and personal development.



Questions? Please click here or contact our office at info@hrexecutiveforum.org.

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