Workforce Board elects new officers

Published: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 15:19 PM.

·Helping 131 families transition from welfare to self sufficiency 

“We owe our great performance to our hardworking staff, our dedicated volunteer board members and our service providers,” said Bodine.

The GCWB’s service providers include Bay District Schools, Bay STARS; Friends of the Franklin County Library, TIGERS Program; Gulf Coast State College, Workforce Center; and Royal American Management, Welfare Transition, Food Stamp Employment and Training Program. 

Individuals who participated in programs operated by service providers as well as by the Gulf Coast Workforce Board, along with their case managers, were recognized.

Successful clients recognized during the program included Food Stamp Program participant Tiffany Garrison; Workforce Training Center at Haney Technical Center participant Payton Davidson of A Superior Air Conditioning; veterans Roderick Hills of Chenega, and Scott McDonald of Engility; Kayla Warren of the Bay County Stars program; and Miranda Pilger of the Franklin County Tigers Program.

Success story videos were shown at the meeting, and can be accessed at the Workforce Center’s You Tube channel .

At the meeting the board approved a new slate of officers for 2014. Bob Swenk (Bay County) will serve as chair, with Ted Mosteller (Franklin County) as past-chair

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