Workplace Planning & Development,
Putting the Greater New Orleans Area to Work
Workforce planning and development is one of the most important issues that human resources professionals are talking about today. Still, many have not gone beyond the talking stage. The task of actually implementing workforce planning is daunting because it is so difficult to define and difficult to source. Join us for an informative panel discussion to find suggestions to demystify what workforce development and planning is in the greater New Orleans areas and to discuss the reasons why every HR department and business owner should implement such an effort.
Expert Speaker Panel:
Lacy McManus, M.B.A.
As the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for Greater New Orleans, Inc.—the economic development alliance for the ten parish Greater New Orleans region—Lacy is responsible for relationships and coordination between business environment and business development, positioning the organization’s workforce, education, environmental and resilience initiatives as catalysts for wealth generation in Southeast Louisiana. In this role, Lacy acts as a liaison between GNO, Inc., business and industry, higher education, career technical education, government agencies, and non-profit partners to ensure GNO, Inc.’s programs create a thriving regional economy.
Angela is the Director of Intergraded Partnerships – Adult /Re-Entry; providing technical assistance to the Opportunity Centers, that are presently implementing STRIVE International’s CORE Model. (Goodwill Industries, Urban League of Greater New Orleans, Total Community Center, JOB1 Business and Career Solutions). The CORE model serves as a tool to support individuals with barriers to employment with opportunities to career pathways. Ms. Shiloh Cryer has over thirty years’ experience in administration of state and federal grants, program development and service delivery programs. Her expertise includes re-entry, workforce development, maternal child health, and HIV/AIDS.
Dr. Tina Tinney
Dr. Tinney is the Chancellor of Nunez Community College. She is a progressive higher education professional with over 25 years of experience in academia. Passionate about the community college sector, workforce development and driven by the opportunity to solve problems through collaboration, innovation and the application of data driven decision making. Dr. Tinney also serves on the Region 1 Workforce Development Board and is a member of the Louisiana Professional Women's Association. She is an advocate for community colleges, and particularly "Women in STEM."
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