Raleigh, NC, January 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Community Workforce Solutions, Inc., (CWS) a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities or other barriers to employment, announces the addition of three new members to their Board of Directors. Tim Hopper, COO at Gilero, LLC., brings to the board over 18 years experience in the medical device industry. Dan Deaton, Vice President Strategic Services at ibiliti-nc, additionally brings to the board over 12 years of medical device and pharmaceutical experience. Jennifer Bosser, Assistant Executive Director at Wake County Economic Development, rounds out the new board members bringing 15+ years experience in business and economic development, project management and operations.
Returning board members include Penny McGhee, Chair; Patrick Gilliard, Vice Chair, Mark Twisdale, Treasurer, Nancy Nutt, Secretary, Jim Howard, Michael Lord, Ashley Perkinson, Doug Brocker, Jimmy King, Susan Stevens and Peggie Simpson.
“We are grateful for our returning Board member’s dedication and service to the individuals we support, and are very excited about our new members and the experience that each brings to help lead the organization. With the guidance of this enthusiastic and diverse group, we look forward to expanding our programs and building on 47 years of service to our community,” said President and Executive Director, Roger McGee.
CWS continues to grow and to expand their programs and services. CWS has recently added a new commercial laundry service at the Raleigh site. Clean Start Laundry offers excellent job readiness training to the individuals we support.
About Community Workforce Solutions, Inc.
Community Workforce Solutions, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people, the success of business, and the quality of community life by matching the right person to the right job. Through job training and placement services, persons with disabilities or other barriers to employment are placed in productive positions and encouraged to meet their own vocational goals. For more information visit http://www.communityworkforcesolutions.com.
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