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DWD Council Convergence Meeting - Council Overviews and Training Details

10/25/2023 09:00 AM - 10 /25/2023 10:00 AM

Virtual Meeting via Webex, Madison, WI- 53703


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Arielle Exner
(608) 770-5223

Virtual Meeting (Webex Meeting)
Meeting Information: Available upon registration
Wednesday, October 25, 2023
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM


Members from the following Department of Workforce Development (DWD)'s councils and committees have been invited to this voluntary presentation and training:


DWD Council Convergence: Overview and Training (Virtual)
With nearly a dozen councils leading state policy and progress on issues ranging from workforce investment to apprenticeship and unemployment insurance, DWD is hosting a Council Convergence seminar to highlight success stories, discuss council member roles and responsibilities, and offer an interactive training session on open records. The event will feature DWD Secretary Amy Pechacek, Deputy Secretary Pam McGillivray, Chief Legal Counsel Jennifer Wakerhauser, and leaders from several councils. For questions about this meeting, please contact Arielle Exner, Department of Workforce Development by phone at (608) 770-5223 or by email at

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