is an experienced not-for-profit professional with over 17 years of experience building, developing and managing workforce development programs.
excels in her
knowledge of adult learning principles and learning styles and has created numerous training and development programs for the adult population.
has the unique ability to analyze community or workforce needs and to create or modify programs to meet those needs.
has been a leader in non-profit organizations for over a decade and understands the challenges organizations face on a daily basis.
exceptional leadership experience in growing organizations shows through program development, building staff capacity, fundraising, and grant writing.
She has been an advocate on a state and national level to educate legislators regarding policy changes that would influence workforce development and education.
is active in the sector as well.
She has worked in a leadership capacity with the National Skills Coalition and the Training, Inc.
She's also worked with Indiana Skills2Compete Coalition, Domestic Violence Network, Mayor Ballards's Re-Entry Task Force, and has volunteered at the Indiana Woman's Prison Re-Entry program.
In short, Peggy
is a professional in every sense of the word.