Member Organizations & Other Partners

 

Member Organizations

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Berkshire Reginoal Employment Board

Franklin-Hampsire Regional Employment Board

Regional Employment Board of Hampden

North Central Mass WIB

Central Mass WIB

Greater Lowell WIB

Partnership For a Skilled Workforce

Merrimack Valley WIB

North Shore WIB

Metro North Regional Employment Board

Boston Private Industry Council

Brockton Area WIB

South Shore WIB

South Shore WIB

Bristol WIB

Greater New Bedford WIB

Cape & Islands WIB

Cape & Islands WIB

Berkshire
Franklin/Hampshire
Hampden
North Central Mass
Central Mass
Greater Lowell
Metro Southwest
Metro North
North Shore
Merrimack Valley
Boston
Brockton
Bristol
South Shore
Greater New Bedford
Cape and Islands

 

In addition to the Executive Directors and Chairs of each regional workforce board, our Board of Directors includes representatives of labor, industry, business and economic development, education, training and workforce development. The members and links to their organizations are as follows:

Harneen Chernow, 1199 SEIU Training & Upgrading Fund, http://voicesofqualitycare.org/
Robert Bower, Mass AFL-CIO, www.massaflcio.org 
Chris Kealey, Massachusetts Business Roundtable – www.maroundtable.com
Mass Mayors’ Association – www.mma.org
Carolyn Blanks, Mass Senior Care Foundation – www.maseniorcare.org
Brian Gilmore, Associated Industries of Massachusetts – www.aimnet.org
Mass Association Chamber of Commerce Executives – www.macce.org
Jeffrey Hayden, Mass Economic Development Council, http://www.massedc.org/
Claudia Green, English for New Bostonians – http://www.englishfornewbostonians.org/

Ted Bauer, Mass Manufacturing Partnership — http://massmep.org/

William Hart, Massachusetts Executive Office of Community Colleges www.masscc.org

 

Other Partners

The Massachusetts Workforce Board Association has partnered with other stakeholders in workforce development to build a coalition that can advance a statewide workforce policy agenda based on shared interests and a common voice.

The Association is a member of the coalition leading The Workforce Solutions Group, to develop public and political support for workforce development reform that increases workers’ skills, advances families to self-sufficiency, and promotes job creation and economic growth.