Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine this week appointed more than two dozen Ohio citizens to serve on his Executive Workforce Board. The board advises the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation, as well as the governor himself, on the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of the state’s workforce system.
Most board members are from the business community, but also included are representatives from the Ohio General Assembly, local government, state agency, labor, and higher education.
Among the appointees were:
All new appointees started their terms June 10. 6/10/2019
OMA President Eric Burkland addresses the June 12 quarterly meeting of the Governor’s Executive Workforce Board. Burkland briefed fellow board members on industry sector partnerships and ways to encourage regional workforce innovation.