Vikita Poindexter, SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP, SHRM-CP | NAWBO

Vikita's poise, polish and comprehensive knowledge of HR has led several law firms to hire her as an expert witness. In addition, she is a much sought-after public speaker who serves as an advisor on labor law matters for the Press Enterprise Newspaper. She has been a featured journalist for the Temecula Business Journal and The San Diego Voice & Viewpoint Newspaper and served as an instructor for Cal State San Marcos.

Launching her consulting business, Vikita and her team are called upon to advise, troubleshoot and solve extremely complex HR issues in industries ranging from television, marketing firms, and wireless, to retail, hospitality, and property management. Vikita and her team have saved companies and clients millions of dollars in legal costs by structuring and implementing sound HR principles consistent with local, state and federal law. Vikita’s business acumen allows her to consult with key decision makers outside of what would traditionally be considered Human Resources.

Vikita graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Mount Saint Mary’s College. Never leaving her faith behind, she has an associate degree in Biblical Studies from the International School of Ministry. Her professional training includes certification, SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP, SHRM-CP through the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), of which she has been a member since 1993. The American Business Institute named Vikita one of the 2000 Notable American Women.

Vikita is the 2020-2021 President of NAWBO-CA, a member of the California Small Business Association Workforce Skills & Education Issue and Labor Committee, and an Insurance Commissioner Lara-appointed Diversity Task Force Member, Insurance Diversity Initiative. Amoung other achievments, she was an 2020 Enterprising Women of the Year Award winner, a 2008 and 2009 Citizen of the Year Nominee for the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, and a 2009 Professional Women’s Roundtable Joan Sparkman Unity Award Nominee.