To maintain the ability in continuing a passion that offers opportunity and industry skills to all whom show interest, no matter their background or community that they come from. To build and maintain a team who sees the importance of their work, and support efforts in continuing to advance our trade, to support our membership and our contractors to be competitive in the Construction Industry. To develop mentorship programs, and continue to support the need of diversity and inclusion opportunities. To build relationships with industry, community, government and others to create long lasting meaningful partnerships. To advance and maintain policy within apprenticeship.
My duties changed daily, as I worked at the direction of the Regional Manager of NW Region of LIUNA. My two main priorities were Tribal Relations within the 9 States of the Region, as well as overseeing all Apprenticeship activity as directed. My role was to create relationships, strategize with key players, and create recruitment and training opportunities where possible. In addition, I over saw all apprenticeship standards in Washington State, and led efforts against competing programs, including Administrative Law Hearings. I worked closely with other affiliates to organize efforts in collecting evidence and preparing key industry experts for testimony. In addition I participated and coordinated recruitment efforts, some including in the Tribal Communities across Washington State. These efforts included industry panels, hands on career fairs with hundreds of participants, as well as recruitment materials. My work took me away from home frequently, with a traveling schedule out of state as frequent as once a week. Currently one of my focuses is the Renewable Energy market and researching its market on Reservations. In this role I have also;
My role as Apprenticeship Coordinator kept me working in many capacities. I was responsible for enrollment of newly indentured apprentices into the program, recruitment of applicants, scheduling of apprentices in classes, disciplinary needs, mentorship needs of approximately 300 apprentices, as well as contact with the Local and contractors as needed daily. I was at my peak representing the training fund on 24 different councils, to include; the Tribal Liaison Sub-Committee for WSATC, the Governor's Taskforce for Military Transition Council, PACMTN Workforce Board, and was instrumental in helping create the statewide DOC CTAP program.
National Tribal Employments Rights Organization
Pacific Mountain Workforce Council
Washington State Apprenticeship Training Council
WSATC Tribal Liaison Sub Committee
Washington State Building and Construction Trades
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