Lillington, NC – The 7thAnnual Triangle South Workforce Development Board (TSWDB) Awards Banquet was held Wednesday, Dec. 5, at the Central Carolina Community College Harnett Health Sciences Center in Lillington.
The following awards were presented:
* Outstanding Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) In-School Youth Award: Terence Leach (Harnett County).
* Outstanding WIOA Out of School Youth Award: Shareka McKinnie (Harnett County).
* Outstanding WIOA Adult Award: Dani Hearn (Chatham County).
* Outstanding WIOA Dislocated Worker Award: Lisa Piekarski (Harnett County).
* Outstanding Employer Award: House of Raeford Farms, Inc.
* Outstanding Adult/Dislocated Worker Case Manager Award: Sherry Johnson (Harnett County).
* Outstanding Workforce Center Staff Award: Gloria Morrisey (Sampson County).
* Outstanding Board Member Award: Bob Kain (Lee County).
* Team Member of the Year: Angela Nicholson.
Rosalind Cross, TSWDB Director, was Master of Ceremonies. Welcome/Acknowledgements were by Russell Hieb, TSWDB Chair, and Dr. Marcie Dishman, CCCC Associate Vice President of Marketing and External Relations. Christmas Melodies were presented by Kim Shaw, TSWDB Adult Services Coordinator.
The Triangle South Workforce Development Board (TSWDB) is responsible for planning, policy guidance, and oversight of the workforce investment system in Chatham, Harnett, Lee, and Sampson Counties. Its goal is to combine area employment, training and supportive services and programs into a consumer-based, market-driven system that meets the needs of job seekers and employers.
TSWDB oversees the One-Stop Career Center System, which is the delivery
mechanism for comprehensive services for workforce investment system
customers. Through planning, data collection, and continuous improvement
of programs and services, TSWDB seeks to maximize the efficiency of the
local labor market, surpass customers’ expectations, and exceed
federally required and state determined performance standards.
For more information on the Triangle South Workforce Development Board, visit www.trianglesouthworkforce.com.