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    Since 2007, the Ohio Workforce Coalition has been bringing together leaders from education and training institutions, economic and workforce development organizations, business and industry, labor, and human service providers. The Coalition promotes public policies that build the skills of adult workers, meet employer skill needs, and strengthen the workforce system to ensure opportunity and prosperity for Ohio families.

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Individual Endorsements

The following individuals have endorsed the Coalition’s 2010-2012 Public Policy Platform.  Their endorsement does not necessarily reflect the endorsement of any agency or organization.

W. L. ‘Bud’ Gann
Warren County Career Center
Lebanon
John Joy
Southern State Community College
Hillsboro
Lutrell Jolly
Goodwill Columbus
Columbus
Kathy Schlarb
Mahoning County Career & Technical Center
Canfield
Debbie Neal
Pickaway-Ross JVS
Chillicothe
Kerrie Carte
WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc.
Fremont
Bro Bob Wiethorn
Mercy Neighborhood Ministries
Columbus
Wm. Blain Waldron, Ph.D.
Columbus City Schools
Columbus
Jim Hess
Messer Construction Co.
Cincinnati
Bert Cene
MCTA
Youngstown/Lisbon
Natalie Drake
Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Inc.
Columbus
Richard Haney
Upper Valley JVS/Adult Education
Piqua
Karissa Hanson-Morris
Community Research Partners
Columbus
Shirley Maul
Cincinnati-Hamilton County CAA
Cincinnati
Raymond Miller
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati
Beth Nagy
Community Buildling Institute
Cincinnati
Carleen Powell
Tri-County Adult Career Center
Nelsonville
Debra Shinoskie
Goodwill Columbus, Workforce Development Division
Columbus
Terry Thomas

Columbus

Janice Urbanik
Greater Cincinnati Workforce Network
Cincinnati
Andy Van Pay
HandsOn Central Ohio
Columbus
Debbie Zorn
University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center
Cincinnati
Ross Meyer
Greater Cincinnati Workforce Network
Cincinnati