Past Meeting Resources


2019 WDC Board/Winter Meeting on January 23-24 in Washington, DC

Featured Best Practices Publication:  The Essential Role of Workforce Boards in Meeting the U.S. Skills Gap

The Impact of Additive Manufacturing on the Nation’s Future Workforce – Sundar Atre, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Endowed Chair of Manufacturing and Materials, University of Louisville, Kevin Shurn, President and CEO, Superior Maintenance Co. and Michael Rodenberg, President & CEO, Murakami Manufacturing USA, Inc.

Impact to Opportunities: Houston’s Workforce Story – Sylvester Turner, Mayor of Houston, Mike Temple, Director, Workforce Solutions, Gulf Coast Workforce Board and Carlecia Wright, Director, City of Houston Office of Business Opportunity

City of Los Angeles Targeted Local Hire Program – Robert Sainz Assistant General Manager, Economic & Workforce Development Department; Lisa Salazar, Director of Workforce Development & Economic Opportunity, Office of Mayor Garcetti; Vincent Cordero, Senior Personnel Analyst, Personnel Department; Breana Weaver, Legislative Deputy for Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, City of Los Angeles and Teresa Sanchez, Business Representative, AFSCME

DC Infrastructure Academy Video – Unique Morris-Hughes, Director, District of Columbia Department of Employment Services

Preparing the Emerging Workforce for Safe and Healthy Employment – Rebecca Guerin, Research Social Scientist, Coordinator, Safe-Skilled-Ready Workforce (SSRW) Program, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 Nextgen Transportation System Workers: Building the Education, Training and Career Path Infrastructure – Glenn McRae, Director, Northeast Transportation Workforce Center,

The University of Vermont

2018 WDC Board Meeting and 29th Annual Congressional Forum on September 24-25 in Washington, D.C.

 Code Louisville – Michael Gritton, Executive Director, KentuckianaWorks

Click here to access the Code Louisville video provided by Michael Gritton, Executive Director, KentuckianaWorks.

 Developing Partnerships Between Local Workforce Boards and Community Colleges – Mark Mattke, CEO, Spokane Workforce Council

WDC Peer-to-Peer Discussion: Best Practices in Board Governance Structure Models, Board Development Plans and Strategies – Ralph Sinistro, Manager, Ohio Means Jobs Center, Frank Avery, Executive Director, CareerSource North Central Florida and Diane Pabich, Deputy Director, DC Workforce Investment Council

EmployIndy Innovations in Workforce Development: Partnering with Employers – Angela Carr Klitzsch, President and CEO, EmployIndy

Click here to access the video provided by Angela Carr Klitzsch (passcode to access the video is cookvideo)

 Detroit Workforce Development – Jeffrey Donofrio, Executive Director, Workforce Development Board, City of Detroit

Below are DOL pertinent resources mentioned by Amanda Ahlstrand, Administrator, Office of Workforce Investment, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor:

Tools for Helping Cities Improve Workforce Programs – Samia Amin, Principal Researcher and Practice Area Director, American Institute for Research

2018 WDC Board/Annual Meeting on June 8-9 in Boston, MA 

Leading Men Fellowship – Ricardo Neal, Director of Innovation and Strategy, The Literacy Lab

 System Partnerships for Youth Success – Robert Sainz, Assistant General Manager, City of Los Angeles, Economic & Workforce Development Department

Reimagine Retail: Looking and Learning Toward the Future – Karin Norington-Reaves, CEO, Amanda Cage, Chief Program Officer, Chris Strom, Director of Retail Initiatives and Dunni Cosey Gay, Communications Director, Chica Cook Workforce Partnership

YouthBuild, The Skills Gap, and Opportunity Youth – Ilana Levinson, Senior Director, Advocacy and Public Policy, YouthBuild USA

2018 WDC Board/Annual Winter Meeting on January 24-25 in Washington, D.C.

Leveraging Washington’s Position for a National Competitive Advantage – Courtney R. Snowden, Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity Odie Donald II, Director, DC Department of Employment Services

Promoting Apprenticeship Through Regional Training Networks for Employers’ Required Skills (PARTNERS) Act Section-by-Section – Handout by Maxine Sugarman, Legislative Aide and Allison Smith, Legislative Director, Office of Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici, U.S. House of Representatives

Promoting Apprenticeship Through Regional Training Networks for Employers’ Required Skills (PARTNERS) Act Summary – by Maxine Sugarman, Legislative Aide and Allison Smith, Legislative Director, Office of Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici, U.S. House of Representatives

Maximizing Your Advocacy and Investing in Change:  A Guide to Improving Your Influence on Legislation, the Federal Budget and Workforce Policy Goals – Ronnie Pawelko, Election Counsel, Alliance for Justice

“TANF at 20 – Time for Rational Changes, Including Integration with Other Employment Programs and Expanded Work Support” Report and Innovative Strategies for Serving TANF Recipients – Russ Sykes, Executive Director, Center for Employment & Economic Well-Being

Handouts by WDC Policy/Advocacy Committee Co-Chair Randy Johnson, Executive Director, Workforce Development, Inc., Rochester, MN:

Draft Resolution – BUILDS Act

Draft Resolution – TANF

Draft Resolution – Youth Employment

Draft Resolution – Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria

Getting with the Program: Making Digital Work for City Opportunity – Mark Muro, Senior Fellow and Policy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution

Brookings: Digitalization and the American Workforce –Handout by Mark Muro, Senior Fellow and Policy Director, Metropolitan Policy Program, The Brookings Institution

Showcasing Solar Industry Trends: The Business Case for Investing in Training – Chris Walker, Sr. Program Manager, The Solar Foundation

2017 WDC Board Meeting/28th Annual Congressional Forum on September 25-26 in Washington, D.C.

Below are the three evaluations of NYC’s Summer Youth Employment program.

Wharton School:  Impact of SYEP on Employment, Earnings, Incarceration, Morbidity

NYU:  Impact of SYEP on Academic Outcomes

MDRC:  Impact of SYEP on Employment and Earnings

2017 WDC Board/Annual Meeting on June 23-24 in Miami Beach, FL 

2017 WDC Board/Winter Meeting on January 17-18 in Washington, D.C.

2016 WDC Pre-Forum Session/Board Meeting and 27th Annual Congressional Forum on September 19-20 in Washington, D.C.

2016 WDC Board/Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, IN – June 24-25

2016 WDC Board/Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C.

January 20, 2016:

January 21, 2016:

2015 WDC Board/26th Annual Congressional Forum in Washington, D.C.

September 21, 2015

September 22, 2015

2015 WDC Board/Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA

Presentations Friday, June 19
Presentations Saturday, June 20

2015 WDC Board/Winter Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Presentations January 21st
Presentations January 22nd

2014 WDC Board Meeting/25th Annual Congressional Forum in Washington, D.C.

Presentations September 29th

2014 WDC Board/Annual Meeting in Dallas, TX

Presentations Friday, June 20

Presentations Saturday, June 21

2014 WDC Board/Annual Winter Meeting – Washington, D.C.

Presentations from the 2014 Annual Winter Meeting

2013 WDC Board/Annual Meeting – Las Vegas, NV

Presentations from the 2013 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas
Resolutions

2013 WDC Seattle Board Meeting

Presentations from the 2013 Seattle Board Meeting

Pictures from the 2013 Seattle Board Meeting

Mayor-McGinn
Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn speaking to the WDC about Seattle’s successful job training programs.

Washington-Mayors-panel

From Left to Right: Auburn Mayor Peter Lewis; USCM WDC President Marlena Sessions; Redmond Mayor John Marchione

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