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September 7, 2022

McElhaney Parsley, Landoll and Taylor join Human Capital Services teams

Submitted by Marci Ritter

From left: Emma McElhaney Parsley, Bekkah Landoll and Natasha Taylor.

Three new staff members — Emma McElhaney Parsley, Bekkah Landoll and Natasha Taylor —  have joined the Human Capital Services talent acquisition and compensation and organizational effectiveness teams.

In June, McElhaney Parsley transitioned from the talent acquisition and compensation coordinator role in HCS to a compensation analyst. McElhaney Parsley holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Kansas and has worked at Kansas State University for more than four years. Before joining HCS, she worked in the agronomy department and at UFM Community Learning Center. She is excited to utilize her knowledge of K-State and compensation processes in this new role.

Landoll joined HCS as a compensation analyst last month. Landoll holds a bachelor's degree in history from Oklahoma State University and has eight years of human resources and workforce development experience, all within the public sector including county government and higher education. Most recently, Landoll worked at Wichita State University and has joined the compensation team remotely. She is excited to start utilizing her strengths to benefit Kansas State University and the Human Capital Services team.

Both McElhaney Parsley and Landoll will serve customers by providing a variety of position and FLSA review services as well as contribute to ongoing efforts related to compensation and organizational effectiveness.

Taylor recently joined HCS as the talent acquisition/compensation and organizational effectiveness coordinator where she will serve as the first point of contact for customers and provide support to both teams in service delivery and operations, all while working remotely. Taylor has worked at K-State since 2019 in the Staley School of Leadership, most recently serving staff and students as an academic program coordinator. Taylor holds a bachelor's degree in communications from California State University, Fullerton.

Please join Human Capital Services in welcoming these three new staff members to their roles.

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