Workforce Development Board

Workforce Development Board

The Workforce Development Board is a federally mandated board comprised of public and private sector representatives to provide leadership and develop local workforce policy.  The San Luis Obispo Workforce Development Board has 25 seats, the majority of which must be filled with representatives from the business community.  Members are appointed by the County Board of Supervisors. For more information about the Workforce Development Board please refer to the WDB Membership Information & FAQ. If interested in joining the Workforce Development Board, please fill out the Application and submit it to: Workforce Development Administrative Support – wibadmin@co.slo.ca.us – PO Box 8119, San Luis Obispo, CA 93403-8119

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8mar8:00 am- 10:00 amEvent OverExecutive Committee Meeting8:00 am - 10:00 am PST America's Job Center of California, 880 Industrial Way, San Luis Obispo CA 93401Event Organized By: Workforce Development Board Staff

Our Board Members

Carl Dudley – Chair
Pacific Western Bank

Kirk Coviello – Vice Chair
Sunrun, Inc.

Pam Avila
Sierra Summit Group

Scott Black
California Department of Rehabilitation

Dr. James J. Brescia
County Office of Education

Tony Ray Hoffman
Tri-Cities Labor Council

Verena Latona-Tahlman
Cannon Corporation

Mike Manchak
Economic Vitality Corporation

Louise Matheny
Morris & Garritano

Patrick McGuire
Mid-State Precision, Inc.

Suzanne Parker
Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Mark Simonin
IBEW Local 639

Dr. Gilbert Stork
Cuesta College

Courtney Taylor
SIMAS / TAYLOR

Seat Requirements: According to WIOA Section 107(b)(2)(A), Business Member Seats hold the majority of the Board and shall be representatives of business in the Local Workforce Development Area (Local Area), who (i) are owners of businesses, chief executives or operating officers of businesses, or other business executives or employers with optimum policymaking or hiring authority; (ii) represent businesses, including small businesses, or organizations representing businesses described in this clause, that provide employment opportunities that, at a minimum, include high-quality, work-relevant training and development in in-demand industry sectors or occupations in the Local Area; and (iii) are appointed from among individuals nominated by local business organizations and business trade associations.

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