EMSI to Present at NAWB 2013

March 7, 2013 by Emsi Burning Glass

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This weekend, Annike Crapuchettes, Hamilton Galloway, and Gabriel Rench will give presentations at the National Association of Workforce Board’s annual Forum in Washington, D.C.

Annike Crapuchettes — Return on Investment: Leveling the Playing Field by Comparing Apples to Apples

Sunday, March 10, 3:30 – 4:45 PM

Annike Crapuchettes, Assistant VP of Professional Services at EMSI, and Adam Peck, Executive Director of the Workforce Investment Board of Tulare County, will present the results of a statewide study that EMSI is doing for the California Workforce Association on the benefits and costs of WIA programs and the economic impacts of WIB operations in the state of California. They will co-present with the Minnesota Governor’s Workforce Development Council, which is also doing statewide analyses of the cost effectiveness of WIA and other programs. The panel will discuss the features, challenges, and outcomes of the different approaches and how the processes can be replicated in other states.

Read more about the study. 

Hamilton Galloway — A Path to Regional Prosperity: Data-Driven, Consensus-Based Industry Cluster Studies

Sunday, March 10, 3:30 – 4:45 PM  

Come hear how a small group of diverse WIB Board members are quickly positioning the unique five-county rural-urban mixed economy of the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Area (PacMtn) in Washington State for greater prosperity. Using an innovative, data-driven process, with a focus on businesses that already exist in the region, PacMtn’s boots-on-the-ground approach seeks to align, prioritize and leverage partner investments. Seeking to serve as a catalyst for the region, PacMtn has set the stage for regional engagement and growth.

Read more in this case study. 

Gabriel Rench — What’s New With EMSI

Monday, March 11, 3:15 – 4:15 PM

Gabriel will review EMSI’s eight years of working with the workforce system.

If you would like to learn more, please contact Rob Sentz or call 208-883-3500.