Janice Urbanik is Senior Director for the National Fund for Workforce Solutions. She leverages her past experience as the Executive Director of Partners for a Competitive Workforce in Cincinnati to help other National Fund sites achieve their full potential. Janice also facilitates the Employer Roundtable of the Cincinnati Child Poverty Collaborative where employers learn from other employers about the policies and practices they can implement to improve recruiting, retention and advancement while also building competitive advantage in their industry. Janice and her work teams have been recognized nationally for their work in assisting under-represented populations attain and retain employment in growing industry sectors in the region.
Janice also serves on the Boards or Leadership Councils for the National Skills Coalition, Womens Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, and Jostin Construction. She is a proud member of Leadership Cincinnati Class 40. Janice is also heavily involved in efforts to increase the number of women and girls in non-traditional careers, such as starting the Rosie’s Girls program in Cincinnati in 2007. Janice began her career at Procter & Gamble.
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Is it becoming more difficult for your organization to attract employees with the skills necessary to drive growth? Does it take more time to recruit talent and more training resources to build a workforce that meets the needs of the business? A growing number of organizations are working to meet the demand for new skills through a combination of private initiatives and public partnerships. Join us for this webcast to learn how organizations are meeting these challenges and explore strategies and solutions for Bridging the Skills Gap with Public and Private Partnerships.