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Thursday, November 3 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Workforce development: how technology is improving service delivery

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Our economy continues to evolve at an increasingly rapid rate. With these ongoing changes, we need a public workforce development system that can react to and even predict these changes to better serve the millions of jobseekers who use its services. Technology is in large part driving a more user-centered and responsive system at the local and state levels. Join us for a conversation on how government is leveraging technology and data to improve the services that ultimately help millions find good-paying jobs.

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Ryan Burke

Senior Policy Advisor and Director of TechHire, National Economic Council, Executive Office of the U.S. President
Ryan is responsible for government-wide policy development and implementation for workforce development policy. She spearheaded the design and launch of TechHire, the President’s campaign to use innovative training and hiring models to get more Americans into well-paying tech jobs; led work with the Departments of Labor and Education to implement the most significant reform to the multi-billion dollar federal workforce training system in... Read More →

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Maria Flynn

Senior Vice President, Jobs for the Future
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Matt Gee

Senior Research Fellow, University of Chicago

Laura Roberts

Program Associate, Rockefeller Foundation
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Nate Williams

Public Partnerships Lead, LinkedIn

Thursday November 3, 2016 10:45am - 12:00pm
Room 203

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