Event Calendar

Thursday, October 17, 2019

October Membership Meeting & Luncheon

Start Date: 10/17/2019 11:30 AM EDT
End Date: 10/17/2019 1:00 PM EDT

Venue Name: The Union League of Philadelphia

Location:
140 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA  United States  19102

Organization Name: BOMA Philadelphia

Contact:
BOMA Philadelphia
Email: info@bomaphila.com
Phone: 2155671775



HIDDEN TALENT: SOURCING AND DEVELOPING WORKFORCE
Thursday, October 17th 
Registration/Networking/Cash Bar – 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Lunch & Program – 12:00 PM
THE UNION LEAGUE OF PHILADELPHIA (140 S. Broad St.)
Members*: $70  |  Non-Members: $95
*Please log on to receive member rate. Please register all attendees together when registering for event.

Business Attire – Absolutely no jeans, sneakers or athletic wear is permitted in The Union League. Thank you.
Event Details:
Much of our Philadelphia real estate is challenged with sourcing Workforce and training and developing sufficient Building Maintenance and Property Management skills. Come hear a dynamic and interactive presentation with some of the leaders of Workforce initiatives in the region.  Be prepared to take away new relationships for sourcing employees and supporting training opportunities.

MODERATOR: 
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Jeff Hornstein
Executive Director
Economy League of Greater Philadelphia

The Economy League has performed the industry analytics that drive the city's workforce strategy.
 
PANELISTS: 
Carol de Fries

Carol Defries
Vice President
Workforce and Economic Innovation, Community College of Philadelphia

As CCP's first VP for Workforce and Economic Innovation, she is responsible for expanding the form and the function of the College's workforce development, continuing education, job readiness, job training and job creation programs by establishing partnerships with local businesses and the institution.


Heloise Jettison
Senior Director of Employer Engagement
Office of Workforce Development, City of Philadelphia

Heloise coordinates among private and public partners, academic institutions, employers, and workforce training agencies to provide an active pipeline to employment, and will speak to city initiatives and support.
 
?Nandi Jones Clement
Nandi Jones Clement
Director Of Business Development
JEVS Human Services

 
In her role at JEVS, Nandi supports the development of customized job training for employers or employer associations, technical instruction for apprenticeship programs, and new degree, credential, and career exploration programs for Orleans Technical College.
 
 
Shirley Moy
Executive Director
Lenfest North Philadelphia Workforce 

Shirley runs Temple University's Lenfest North Philadelphia Workforce Initiative (LNPWI), which seeks to strengthen the earning potential of local communities by providing job training and career readiness programs that result in outcomes that lead to sustainable employment.