The Executive Committee provides program oversight, supports system alignment, and administers service integration. The committee also reviews monthly financial reports and manages the budget allocations for all workforce development activities and is authorized to take action on behalf of, and report back to, the Workforce Development Board when time-sensitive issues are at hand.
Meeting Date/Time: The committee meets immediately prior to the monthly Workforce Development Board meetings, or as needed.
Karina Alvarez, Chair
Jason Jackson, Vice Chair
Elvira Anaya, Treasurer
Timothy Kelley, Secretary
Business & Planning Committee:
The Business & Planning Committee strategizes and oversees the delivery of business services in order to meet the workforce needs of high-demand sectors in the local and regional economies. Committee members are responsible for analyzing and understanding trends in the community so they can effectively respond to the needs of local businesses. Additionally, the committee closely aligns its priorities with the Local and Regional Workforce Plans, which establish the overall vision for the local and regional workforce.
Meeting Date/Time: The committee meets every second Thursday at 12:00 p.m. on a bimonthly basis, or as needed.
One-Stop Policy Oversight Committee:
The One Stop Policy Oversight Committee is responsible for the creation of and adherence to all ICWDB policies in accordance with WIOA directives. The committee provides information to assist with the day-to-day operations relating to the AJCC delivery system and its eligible service providers. Information and assistance related to the provision of services to individuals with disabilities, including issues relating to compliance with WIOA section 188-Nondiscrimination, are also provided through the committee.
Meeting Date/Time: The committee meets every second Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. on a bimonthly basis, or as needed.
The Youth Committee is responsible for providing information and assisting with the planning and operations related to youth services. In addition, the committee is in charge of the WIOA Youth Program, which aims to provide eligible young people aged 16-24 with opportunities and services to help them be successful in the workforce and classroom.
Meeting Date/Time: The committee meets every third Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. on a bimonthly basis, or as needed.
The committee descriptions and roles listed above adhere to WIOA Section 107(4) “Standing Committees.”