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Members

Workforce Arizona Council Members

Members of the Workforce Arizona Council are appointed by the Governor. The Council is comprised of industry leaders in private business, government, community-based organizations, and labor organizations. The Governor sits on the Council, as do members of both houses of Arizona's state legislature. Council membership requirements are spelled out in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act:

  • At least 51% of members are business owners, CEOs, or senior level executives
  • Not less than 20% are representative of the workforce including labor organizations,¬†registered apprenticeship programs, community based organizations and youth focused organizations¬†in Arizona
  • Core programs (such as adult education, training, career services, etc) are represented on the Council

This representation requirement is important to ensure that all facets of workforce development have a say on the Council. The Workforce Arizona Council is dedicated to meeting these federally mandated membership requirements.

katiehobbs
Katie Hobbs
Governor of Arizona
morankarla
Karla Moran
markgaspers
Mark Gaspers
Chair
debramargraf
Debra Margraf
thomaswinkel
Thomas Winkel
sandrawatson
Sandra Watson
willardjames
Willard James
scottholman
Scott Holman
greganderson
Greg Anderson
danielwitt
Daniel Witt
bobbimccormack
Bobbi McCormack
billgates
Bill Gates
jackieelliott
Jackie Elliot
stephenricher
Stephen Richer
johnwalters
John Walters
Vice Chair
audreybohanan
Audrey Bonhanan
Second Vice Chair
toddgraver
Todd Graver
brianrice
Brian Rice
kristenmackey
Kristen Mackey
larryhofer
Larry Hofer
sinekerr
Sine Kerr
davidmartin
David Martin
randallgarrison
Randall Garrison
dannyseiden
Danny Seiden
justinwilmeth
Justin Wilmeth
alexhorvath
Alex Horvath
dennisanthony
Dennis Anthony