Workforce Connections’ Business Engagement Panel members have decision-making and hiring authority in their respective businesses who can deliver real time and locally relevant workforce intelligence. The information is used to improve both employer and job seeker services offered within the One-Stop Delivery System, as well as align local training resources.
“Employers have an opportunity to shape our local workforce development system to meet their unique needs,” said Kenadie Cobbin Richardson, Director, Business Engagement & Communications for Workforce Connections.
New Workforce Connections’ Business Engagement Panel members include:
Erin McDermott, Accion
Rebecca Ahmed, Allegiant Air
Dino Marino, Arista Management Group
Donna Criswell, Batteries in a Flash
Julie Tate, C3Connect
Nelly Cafferata, C3Connect
Mel Evans, City of Las Vegas
Leo Gobo, Designs for Health
Karl Rostron, Diamond Resorts
Sarah Perez, Diamond Resorts
Arielle Saadya, GMT Care
Cynthia Knight, Homewatch Caregivers
Jill Riley, JT3
Dee Di Giovanni, JT3
Cecil Fielder, Keolis USA
Stephanie Calmy, Las Vegas Water District
Cristina Lopez, Las Vegas Water District
Kurt Hanson, Mass Mutual Nevada
Robet Farr, MGM Resorts
Wilson Edgell, MGM Resorts
Tobias Hoppe, RDI Corp
William Tandiono-Cellona, Robert Half Technologies
Tammara Williams, RTC
Jorna Clark, Solar City
LaReese Turner, Stations Casinos
Kelly Fisher, Stations Casinos
Angela Triche, Sunrise Children’s Foundation
Tiffany Alston, Sunrise Children’s Foundation
The Business Engagement Panel will meet four more times this fiscal year from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Workforce Connections, 6330 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 150, Las Vegas, NV 89146: October 21, 2015; February 17, 2016; April 20, 2016; and June 15, 2016.
New members are welcome. Please contact the Workforce Connections’ Business Engagement Team at (702) 636-4380.
About Workforce Connections:
Workforce Connections’ mission is to connect employers to a ready workforce. The passing of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) on July 22, 2014 provides opportunity for reforms to ensure the One-Stop Delivery System (also known as the American Job Center System) is job-driven, responding to the needs of employers and preparing workers for jobs that are available now and in the future. For more information, visit: www.nvworkforceconnections.org and www.doleta.gov/wioa.