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Capital Area Michigan Works! executives undergo professional growth

Wednesday, October 14, 2015   (0 Comments)
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Capital Area Michigan Works! executives undergo professional growth

Lansing, Mich. – Capital Area Michigan Works! Chief Compliance Officer, Carrie
Rosingana, has been promoted to chief operating officer. CAMW! CEO, Edythe
Hatter-Williams, has been appointed to represent Michigan on the Great Lakes
Employment and Training Association board.

“I look forward to continuing the Capital Area Michigan Works! legacy of
workforce development excellence in the tri-county region by supporting the
programs operated under our umbrella,” Rosingana said.

As COO, Rosingana will oversee monitoring, reporting and compliance of all
federal and state workforce programs operated out of CAMW! She will also be
responsible for writing and monitoring compliance of CAMW! program contracts
and contract modifications, oversight of programmatic file monitoring
compliance for all CAMW! programs, and serve as the agency’s equal
opportunity officer.

“Carrie has played an essential role in the mission of Capital Area Michigan
Works! over the past eight years,” Hatter-Williams said. “Having her represent our
team locally and statewide in this new capacity will benefit the region immensely,
as well as its employers and our organization.”

The Great Lakes Employment and Training Association (GLETA) is the voice and
pulse of the local workforce development system and sets the stage for the future
by responding to the current environment and promoting a responsive system in
the Midwest, interacting extensively with the U.S. Department of Labor Region 5
Office of the Employment and Training Administration. Hatter-Williams was
selected as one of two members to represent Michigan on the GLETA board.
“Serving on the GLETA board will give me the opportunity to exchange ideas with
lead workforce development professionals across the region,” Hatter-Williams
said. “We will work collaboratively to continue to grow a high quality workforce
and prosperous economy throughout our Midwest communities.”

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