Stephanie Van Lue has rejoined Culture Spark, after spending two years working in Public Education. She is excited to be back and ready to engage with clients at high levels and help them transform their business.
Stephanie Van Lue is passionate about creating companies who are an employer of choice, aligning people to businesses, and bringing all of this together to drive business success.
Stephanie originally joined Culture Spark just a few months after it launched in 2015. In a career spanning three decades, Stephanie has had HR roles with companies in a variety of industries. She has worked with corporate aviation, check printing, accounting firms, restaurants, oil and gas, technology and recruiting firms. Stephanie has advised organizations that are established, going through growth modes, and some that were focused on downsizing. She has extensive hands-on experience leading HR initiatives that include policy development and design, performance management, recruiting, workflow development, compensation planning and development, training and development, and benefits design, planning, and administration.
Stephanie has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Human Resources and Production Management from Louisiana Tech University. Stephanie is also certified as a green belt in General Electric’s Six Sigma program. She is an accomplished speaker and trainer on the topics of Workplace Culture, Employment Law, Effective Management and Leadership, and Managing Generations is Today’s Workplace.
Stephanie lives in the Tomball area with her husband, 3 kids (2 boys and 1 girl), and dog. On weekends, Stephanie can usually be found sitting in the bleachers at a football stadium or gym somewhere in the Houston area, watching her boys perform and compete with the Tomball Cougar Pride Band or Tomball Winter Percussion Ensemble, or watching her daughter dance, tumble, and perform on a stage somewhere. Stephanie is a voracious reader and ardent traveler, and has a newfound love of honeybees, after she and her husband decided to become beekeepers a few years ago.