Advisory Board

The Workforce & Economic Development Advisory Board (WEDAB) is comprised of a group of individuals representing industry and government partners from across the Wasatch Front. The group meets regularly to receive updates on WED division efforts and to provide thought leadership on matters of mutual importance to the College and its stakeholders. WEDAB members are ambassadors of the Division who advocate on its behalf and advance its mission by opening doors to further opportunities in the Salt Lake Valley.

2018-19 Advisory Board

Chair
male, Matthew Pruss

Matthew Pruss

ARUP Laboratories, Associated Regional and University Pathologists, Inc.

Chair Elect
Craig Sandberg  Craig Sandberg  CookieTree Bakeries
Members
male, Jeff Brohamer

 

Jeff Brohamer

 

Sera Prognostics

Kimberlee Carlise  Kimberlee Carlile  Governor's Office of Economic Development
female, Kimberly Dansie

 

Kimberly Dansie

 

Community Nursing Services

Larry Floyd  Larry Floyd  Danone North America
Mike Flynn  Mike Flynn  EDC Utah
 Mike Gallegos  Salt Lake County
female, Janet Goble

 

Janet Goble

 

Canyons School District

male, Rich Jenkins

 

Rich Jenkins

 

Merit Medical

male, Jake Maxwell

 

Jacob Maxwell

 

Salt Lake City

male, Shawn Newell

 

Shawn Newell

 

Industrial Supply

 Cory Pearson  Utah State Office of Veteran's Affairs
female, Melisa stark

 

Melisa Stark

 

Department of Workforce Services

male, Jim White

 

Jim White

 

Energy Management Corporation

 

SLCC Representatives
male, Rick bouillon

 

Rick Bouillon

 

Associate Vice President, Workforce & Economic Development

Eric Heiser  Eric Heiser  Dean, School of Applied Technology & Technical Specialties
Rex Richards  Rex Richards  Engineering Faculty

Diana Guetschow

 Interim Director, Workforce Training & Education

female, Karah Altman

 

Karah Altman

 

Manager, Marketing & Outreach, Workforce & Economic Development

female, Jennifer Saunders

 

Jennifer Saunders

 

Assistant Vice President, Workforce Training & Continuing Education

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