Board & Committees

The work2future Board is comprised of individuals representing diverse industries within the San Jose-Silicon Valley private and public sector.  This broad base of local experience and expertise helps to guide the work2future staff in developing and implementing targeted strategies and solutions that meet local workforce development needs. 

BOARD MEMBERS

Chair
Joseph Flynn: Vice-President, PRGX Global, Inc.

Vice-Chair
Susan Koepp-Baker: Principal, Enviro-Tech Services

Rose Amador-Le Beau: President & CEO, ConXion (Center for Training and Careers)

Louise Auerhahn: Director of Economic and Workforce Policy, Working Partnerships USA

Rajiv Batra: Senior Legal Counsel, PayPal, Inc.

Denise Boland: DEBS Director, County of Santa Clara Social Services Agency 

Jeff Burrill: President, Pangenera, LLC, a franchisee of Panera Bread

George Chao: Manager, Advanced & Clean Tech Manufacturing, Manex

Carl Cimino: Director of Training, Pipe Trades Training Center, UA Local 393

Jack Estill: lecturer in economics, San Jose State University; Outside Director, Appian Engineering, Inc.

Leslie Gilroy: San Jose Job Corps Center Director, Career Systems Development Corporation

Blanca Gomez: Vice President and Community Development Manager, Wells Fargo

Van Le: Agent, State Farm Insurance

Maria Lucero: Employment Program Manager III, Employment Development Department, State of California

Pamela Moore: Team Manager, SSMI, San Jose District Branch, California Department of Rehabilitation

Brynt Parmeter: Director, Workforce Development, Education and Training, NextFlex

Steve Preminger: Special Assistant to the County Executive, County of Santa Clara

Rashad Said: Executive Director, Advanced Vocational Institute

Mitch Schoch: President & CEO, Bentek, Inc.

Derrick Seaver: Director of Policy and Operations, San Jose Downtown Association

Henri Villalovoz: Director, Senior Employment Services, Sourcewise

David Wahl: SVP and General Manager, Digital Office, Jabil, Inc.

 

Key Documents:

Local Plan 2017–2020

Regional Plan 2017–2020

Workforce Development Board By-Laws

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Board & Committees