Berkshire Hires Thomas Carnahan, Ph.D as Pay Equity Manager

Berkshire is pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas Carnahan, Ph.D as our Pay Equity Manager....

Posted by Becca Pipitone, Marketing Comms Specialist on July 21 2020
Becca Pipitone, Marketing Comms Specialist

Berkshire Hires Thomas Carnahan, Ph.D as Pay Equity ManagerBerkshire is pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas Carnahan, Ph.D as our Pay Equity Manager. With more than 15 years of experience in research methodology, data analysis, and HR process development, Thomas brings to Berkshire advanced-level data capabilities, and an extensive background that will serve to enhance our pay equity solutions.

Thomas's expertise will enable Berkshire to help human resources and business leaders use data to gain greater insights and fuel actionable strategies around pay equity and compensation. He will be responsible for managing Berkshire’s pay equity line of business by promoting the ability to conduct meaningful, statistical analyses of clients’ compensation data to ensure fair pay and in support of federal, state, and/or local fair pay laws.


Prior to joining Berkshire, Thomas founded his own consulting company, NGage Analytics, to support clients’ needs as they related to pay equity and data analytics.

“Thomas brings a great depth of expertise to Berkshire’s consulting services, and we are excited to enhance our pay equity offerings as a result of his appointment. Not only does he have years of experience in pay equity and data analytics, but his training as a Ph.D in Industrial Psychology allows him to understand clients' needs on a broader level. I can’t wait for our clients to begin working with him!” says Cheryl Boyer, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Vice President of Client Services.

Thomas holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Capella University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Western Kentucky University.

For inquiries, please contact Becca Pipitone at beccap@berkshireassociates.com or 800.882.8904 ext. 1317.

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