Central Chapter Luncheon: Talent Development and the Alignment of our Workforce - August 2018

Date: Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Johnson C. Smith University
100 Beatties Ford Road
Charlottte, NC 28216
Contact: Emily Stacks
Phone: 704-378-1326

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How are businesses cultivating the talent pipeline across diverse segments of the population?  

The significance of talent development and the alignment of our workforce ecosystem cannot be overstated. Growing economic opportunity requires that we equip our present and future talent with the knowledge and skills required for the jobs of today and tomorrow. In order to accomplish this objective, we must provide the Charlotte businesses with our greatest asset – the people.  Join the Central Chapter of the Charlotte Chamber as we take a dive into this discussion around developing our workforce for future. 


Guest Speakers:
Michelle Miller, Executive Director of Corporate and Workplace Learning, Central Piedmont Community College
Cory Evans, Training and Development Manager, Carolina Premium Beverage 
Danery Manzanares, Apprentice at Chiron America Inc. 
Dave Favre, Division Director, Transport Systems Technology, Central Piedmont Community College 

George Metz, Social Capital Coordinator, Communities In Schools of Charlotte-Mecklenburg







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