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Montgomery County Workforce Exchange
Montgomery County Workforce Exchange
Montgomery County Maryland Department of Economic Development

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Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board

The Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board seeks to increase awareness of workforce development issues and to strengthen the County's workforce development system by developing partnerships with business, government and community-based organizations. These partnerships enable diverse county groups to share a vision of progress and to work together in a focused and unified fashion.

Mission
The Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board helps businesses succeed through workforce services.

Vision
Economic development, education, and the system of talent development are aligned both locally and regionally to sustain a vibrant economy in Montgomery County.

Value Proposition
We are consultative in meeting business needs and enhancing the customer experience through innovation, knowledge, quality, professionalism and being forward looking and anticipatory in meeting your needs.

Customers
Our primary external customers are business and industry. Our secondary external customers are job seekers (emerging, transitional and incumbent) Our workforce partners and staff are our internal customers.

2013 Meeting Calendar

WIB Operating Guidelines

Policies Adopted by WIB

WIB Member Responsibilities

Materials and Reports

The Workforce Investment Board meets every other month. In addition, the WIB produces reports on various employment sectors and drafts plans for improving access to workforce services.

We welcome you to read the meeting minutes and committee reports below. If you need these in an alternate format, please contact us at info@montgomeryworks.com.

General

Board Meeting Material

Meeting Minutes

Reports

Members of the Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board

O. Abiola Afolayan Esq.-
Political Director
UNITE HERE! Local 25

Uma Ahluwalia
Director
Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services

Anthony J. Cancelosi
President & CEO
Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind

Catherine Carroll
Director of Public Policy
Discovery Communications, Inc.

Barbara Ebel
Labor Exchange Administrator
Maryland Department of Labor,
Licensing & Regulation

Filip G. Feller
Senior Vice President/CFO
Capital Bank

David N. Gamse
Executive Director
Jewish Council for the Aging

Lori Golino
Senior Vice President-Human Resources

Pastor Elwood Gray, Jr.

Susan Heltemes
Montgomery Alliance

Elyse Kaplan, Chair
Consultant
Organization Effectiveness Associates

Stephen Kornblatt
Performance Excellence Partners

Ayana T. Lambert
Deputy General Counsel
Percontee Incorporated

Erick Lang
Associate Superintendent. Office of Curriculum and Instructional Programs
Montgomery County Public Schools

Mary C. Lang
Director of Planning/ Chief of Staff and Senior Coordinator
Office of the Executive Director

Beth Lash
Regional Director
Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)

Susan Leggett-Johnson
Associate Medical Director of Human Resources
Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group
Kaiser Permanente

Jerome S. Lozupone
Local 26 IBEW

Deborah Murphy, Vic Chair
Chairman and CEO
Standard Supplies, Inc.

Donald M. Pearl, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Montgomery College

Andrew S. Platou, CPA
SnyderCohn

Peter Schiffrin
Global Human Resources Officer
Lodging Development and Employee Relations
Marriott International

Steve A. Silverman
Director
Department of Economic Development

Eugene Spencer
Assistant Director
Housing Opportunities Commission of Montgomery County

Reginald A. Stewart
Senior Dir. Talent Acquisition Group-Corporate HR
Sodexo USA

Michael J. Sullivan, Jr.
Manager, Compensation & Benefits
Pepco Holdings

Dawn Weglein
HR Director & Sr. Vice President
Sandy Springs Bank

 


Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board

The Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board's mission is to ensure that the County's workforce is well-prepared, educated, trained, and adaptable, with the tools and resources to meet the current and future needs of local businesses and successfully compete in a global economy. The business-driven board of 30 members seeks to strengthen the County's workforce system and create job opportunities by encouraging partnerships between business, government, and community-based organizations.

The board also advises the County on the expenditure of over $3 million in federal, state, and county funds-primarily from the Workforce Investment Act to implement MontgomeryWorks, the one-stop workforce development system. The board's policy oversight and guidance for these expenditures foster collaboration among local businesses and the public and private sectors in meeting the County's workforce development needs.

A County Executive Order established the board in 2002 to administer the federal Workforce Investment Act and strengthen public-private involvement in carrying out the Act's programs and services. A copy of that order can be viewed here. The County Executive appoints all board members, including:

  • 16 representatives of a cross-section of local employers
  • Three representatives of community-based organizations
  • Two representatives of labor organizations
  • One member nominated by each of the following County entities: Montgomery County Public Schools, Montgomery College, a four-year college or university, the County Department of Economic Development, the County Housing Opportunities Commission, the County Department of Health and Human Services, the Maryland Job Service, and the agency administering Title V of the Older Americans Act.

MontgomeryWorks is committed to making its programs, services, and facilities accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you cannot fully access the information on this website, or need assistance with an accommodation, please send us an email at info@montgomeryworks.com and we will assist you. This may include providing the information to you in an alternate format.