The South Central Workforce Council (SCWDC) is pleased to announce that Amy Martinez will be taking over as Chief Executive Officer/Director effective immediately.
Amy most recently served as the Chief Operating Officer, and has led the SCWDC through three federal workforce development acts from Congress: Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and currently through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). She also oversaw work during the Great Recession and the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic.
Prior to becoming COO, Amy served as the Programs Director and has been with SCWDC since 2002. She has extensive experience in workforce development, a Bachelor of Arts from CWU, and serves on several non-profit boards.
After almost four years with SCWDC, Jack Fitzgerald has submitted his formal resignation. Jack is a visionary leader who has helped convene meetings between businesses, community and workforce partners to develop a seamless customer-focused service delivery network that enhances access to programs funded under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). With 13 years in workforce development, Jack is relocating to Salina, Kansas, where he plans to continue his career as the Assistant State Conservationist for Partnerships with the U.S. Department
of Agriculture, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Services.
Please join the South Central Workforce Council is wishing Jack and Amy success in their new