The NOVAworks Workforce Board (NOVAworks WB) addresses the workforce investment needs of Silicon Valley by directing and guiding NOVAworks and the NOVAworks Job Centers. Through its strategic initiatives, the Board works to promote economic opportunity and shared prosperity.
NOVAworks WB members come from leading-edge Silicon Valley companies and bring diverse and expert opinions that foster new and better ways of serving the community. These Board members help NOVAworks to create strategic alliances with businesses, the workforce development community, and other stakeholders.
The Board serves San Mateo County and the cities of Cupertino, Los Altos, Milpitas, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, and Sunnyvale within Santa Clara County. The City of Sunnyvale serves as lead on behalf of the eight jurisdictions in the NOVAworks consortium.
Interested in serving on the NOVAworks Workforce Board?
|Monica Alvarado||Communications Workers of America|
|Sinéad Borgersen||Cupertino Electric, Inc.|
|Russell Brunson||Santa Clara County Housing Authority|
|Carl Cimino||Pipe Trades Training Center|
|Ladan S. Dalla Betta||Amazon|
|Van Dang||Investor, Entrepreneur, Legal Advisor|
|Dr. Hilary Goodkind||San Mateo County Community College District|
|Brenda Guidry-Brown||Peninsula Family Service|
|Elaine Hamilton||MM Hamilton Financial Group|
|Linda Labit||California Dept. of Rehabilitation|
|Stephen Levy||Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy|
|Maria Lucero||California Employment Development Department|
|Anita Manwani||Carobar Business Solutions|
|Dr. Judy Miner||Foothill-DeAnza Community College District|
|Lori Parris||San Mateo Adult School|
|Stacey Porter||Outset Medical|
|James Ruigomez||San Mateo County Building & Construction Trades Council|
|Judy Sugiyama||Applied Materials|