Recently, the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center convened a first meeting of its Advisory Board, made up of business leaders from across the state and key industries in Kentucky.
The goal of the new Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center Advisory Board will be to help ensure that the needs of businesses are met as Kentucky works to strengthen the workforce.
“The board is a very diverse group, made up of some of our state’s top leaders and business sectors. Each member has proven successes, going above and beyond to strengthen workforce in Kentucky,” Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center Executive Director Beth Davisson said.
While the Workforce Center has a range of short term goals and benchmarks to hit, the members will be working to create a long term strategic plan, and vision for the Chamber’s new Workforce Center.
The Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center Advisory Board includes the following members:
- Mark Guilfoyle, Partner, Dressman, Benzinger & LaVelle, PSC
- Kim Menke, Manager External Affairs/Government Relations, Toyota Motor Manufacturing
- Michael Rodenberg, President, Murakami Manufacturing USA, Inc.
- Susan Simmons, Director of Human Resources, Central Bank & Trust Company
- Amanda Huddleston, Vice President, People Plus, Inc.
- Sharnika Glenn, Human Resources Manager, UPS
- KYSHRM Chair – Current, Lynn Ingmire (this position will rotate every 2 years)
- Andrea Robinette Lowe, VP HR, Pikeville Medical
- Teresa Hayes, HR Manager, Bilstein Cold Rolled Steel
- Levi Loverkamp, Director of Human Resources, Mercy Health-Lourdes
- Ankur Gopal, CEO, Interapt
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