Delmar has been a driving force behind educating and empowering the solopreneur to thrive and scale small businesses, as Principal HR Consultant under the brand HR Brain for Hire™, and now is also a Co-Founder of the tech startup, ExpandHR™. Her goal has always been to help businesses build and develop a legacy through the development of their leadership, people, culture, and best practices like streamlining onboarding processes, to help mitigate risks and develop a strengths-based culture.
With over 25 years of experience working with big corporations like FedEx, Kelly Services Global staffing agency, small business owners, and new entrepreneurs, Delmar positioned herself as a trusted and resourceful solution for startups to established small business employers in need of affordable, efficient, and top-notch recruitment, training, and human resource solutions. Delmar’s personal story, which includes multiple layoffs, life challenges that included losing everything, and her own dive into entrepreneurship, gives her a perfect mix of formal knowledge and “real life” experience that she pours into each client and their unique needs.
Delmar is an Amazon Best Selling Author of the books HR Is Sexy! The Truth About Human Resources and Why It’s Necessary for Your Business, and Seasons of My Soul, as well as co-author of multiple books. She has been featured in media outlets including but not limited to Black Enterprise, Voyage ATL, and Black Women Mean Business. Additionally, Delmar is an award-winning entrepreneur, and has been nominated and recognized as a finalist for the Indie Author Legacy Award (2016). She has also been honored with the Spark and Hustle Small Business Resiliency Award (2018) and nominated for the Best Small Business Startup Award in 2014.
As a speaker, Delmar has been on several entrepreneurial conferences and empowerment events stages, where she has shared those stages with such industry leaders like Matthew Knowles, Marcus Lemonis, Marshawn Evans-Daniels, Jullien Gordon, Dr. George Frazier, Inventor Lonnie Johnson, Peter J. Strauss, and Lamar Tyler