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Youth Committee Members 2016-17

Sharon Albert Education,
Director, Mission Trails Regional Occupational Program & Salinas Adult School
Vivian Brennand America’s Job Center of CaliforniaSM Partner,
Family Self Sufficiency Program Coordinator,
Monterey County Housing Authority
Alan Crawford Education, Adult School and K-12
Principal, Central Coast High School/Monterey Adult School
Mark Gonzalez Apprenticeship Training Program,
Director, Northern California Cement Masons
Andy Hartmann Organized Labor,
Business Manager, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 234
Hunter Harvath Business Member & Economic Development,
Assistant GM, Finance & Administration, Monterey-Salinas Transit
Roxanna Hernandez Youth, In-School
Eileen McCourt Business Member,
CEO and Principal Consultant, Praxis Consulting Group
Salvador Munoz Business Member,
Architect, Munoz and Associates
Aaron Oskolkoff Business Member,
Manager, CVS Pharmacy
Ginger Pierce Organization with Experience in Youth Activities,
Management Analyst III, Department of Social Services
Tina Rosa Law Enforcement, Organization with Experience in Youth Activities
President, Seaside Police Activities League (PAL)
Joanne Webster Organization with Experience in Youth Activities,
Board Member, Girls Inc.

THE WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT (WIOA) STATES THAT LOCAL MEMBERSHIP ON THE YOUTH COMMITTEE SHALL INCLUDE:

  • A member of the Local Workforce Development Board (WDB), who chairs the committee, to include members of community based organizations with a demonstrated record of success in serving eligible youth and other individuals with appropriate expertise and experience who are not members of the Local Board.
  • Members should reflect the needs of the local area and may be appointed for their experience and expertise to help the committee address the employment, training education, human and supportive service needs of eligible youth including out-of-school youth.
  • Members may represent agencies such as education, training, health, mental health, housing, public assistance, and justice, or be representatives of philanthropic or economic and community development organizations, and employers. The committee may also include parents, participants, and youth.
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