Segal/Sibson Higher Education - Contact - Carol Mercer
Carol L. Mercer, CCP, IPMA-CS
Vice President, Senior Compensation Consultant, Phoenix
The Segal Company
602.381.4045 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Mercer joined The Segal Company in 2005 as a Compensation Consultant and has since been promoted to a Senior Compensation Consultant.
She was also named a Vice President in 2007.
Her primary roles include managing projects and supervising compensation analysts for Segal's Public Sector Compensation and Bargaining Practice (PSCBP).
She also serves as a member of the Higher Education market team.
As a project manager, Ms. Mercer deals directly with clients.
In this capacity, she
conducts kickoff meetings, facilitates meetings to build strategic compensation philosophies, conducts meetings where draft materials and final products are reviewed and approved, and presents final reports/presentations to client boards and councils.
Some of her
larger, current clients include the City of Carrollton, TX, City of Chattanooga, TN, and Portland Community College
Prior to joining The Segal Company, Ms. Mercer served as a Project Manager and Senior Consultant for Fox Lawson & Associates, LLC for ten years, working with over 100 clients.
At Fox Lawson
responsibilities included preparing proposals, participating in and managing classification and compensation projects, assisting clients in determining strategies and philosophies related to total compensation, developing performance management systems, and training clients in Fox Lawson methodologies.
Prior to that, she served as the Assistant Director of Operations and Finance for the College of Extended Education at Arizona State University.
In this capacity, Ms. Mercer
was responsible for the College's HR function and various budgets.
Ms. Mercer received a BS summa cum laude and an MPA magna cum laude, both from Arizona State University.
Ms. Mercer has been a member of WorldatWork since 1996 and the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) since 1998.
She also strongly supports the Arizona IPMA chapter and serves as a trainer for IPMA's Certification Program.
Along with having the Certified Compensation Professional designation from WorldatWork
is currently pursuing the Certified Employee Benefits Professional designation.
She also serves on the Society of Human Resource Management's membership committee.
frequently lectures at IPMA chapter luncheons and speaks on compensation at Segal-sponsored public forums, including the Public Sector Forum
held in Denver in 2005 and the School District Seminars held annually in Phoenix.