U.S. Energy Development Corp. Hire VP of Human Resources

U.S. Energy Development Corp., an Arlington-based energy exploration and production firm, announced that Alisha Waring has joined the company as vice president of human resources, reporting directly to CEO Jordan Jayson.

“We are very pleased to welcome Alisha to the firm as the Vice President of HR. She inherits the tradition of strong female leadership at our company, which started when our co-founder and my late mother, Judy Jayson, served on the leadership team,” Jayson, chairman and CEO of U.S. Energy, said in a statement. “Alisha’s extensive experience resolving complex employee relation issues, overseeing HR analytics, and managing compliance matters will be paramount in helping us accelerate our growth.”

Waring will be responsible for recruiting and retaining top talent, organizational policy, workforce planning, development and implementation of culture initiatives, performance, and benefits. Waring brings more than a decade of HR experience to her new role at the firm.

“U.S. Energy’s leadership team, company history, and culture are just a few reasons I chose to accept this position,” Waring said in a statement. “My background and experience are an ideal match to what the firm needs to help find talent to continue to drive its business results. I look forward to working with the leadership team and its staff.”

Prior to U.S. Energy, Waring worked in various HR positions for energy companies, including Allied Oil & Gas Services and Select Energy Services.

Founded in 1980, U.S. Energy Development Corp. is a privately held exploration and production firm that manages assets for itself and its partners.

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