National Center for Construction Education & Research
The NCCER WFD Committee serves as an advisory group to the NCCER Board of Trustees for all Workforce Development issues, and will present recommendations to the NCCER Board of Trustees for discussion and approval. Any member of the Workforce Development Committee may initiate issues for consideration by the entire committee; to provide for discussion, research and implementation after approval from the NCCER Board of Trustees.
Committee will review and discuss areas of concern or need; and bring forth-new ideas to ensure every craft professional using the NCCER programs and processes has an equitable opportunity to learn and demonstrate skill knowledge and competency in their chosen craft(s), and to receive credentials appropriate to their performance.
Jonathan Sacks, Cianbro Corporation
Dean Hamrick, Fluor
Richard Cerenzio, ISN
Ted Blanton, NACB
Beth Muniz, Pearson
Allen Powell, National Technical Honors Society
William Stricker, Carolinas AGC Foundation
Bob Deatherage, Bechtel Construction
Boyd Worsham, The Haskell Company
Christa Floresca, SkillsUSA
Danielle Birney, ABC Pelican Chapter
Douglas Sawyer Sr., ABC Southern California Chapter
Gary Affolter, Construction Craft Academy
Greg Wilson, Pima Community College
Henry Sorensen, Prov, Inc.
Jack Chapel, CITC Washington
Jane Hanna, CEF of North Texas
Jay Tornquist, Willmar Electric Service
Jeff Allman, Ingalls Shipbuilding
Jim Sullivan, UF Rinker School of Construction Mgmt
Leslie Clounts, American Fire Sprinkler Assn
Lisa Hartnup, Praxair Services
Matthew Clark, Jacobs Engineering
Michael Connet, ACTE
Michele Jones, National Insulation Association
Mike Farrar, W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Company
Michael Stark, AGC of America
Mike Stilley, S & B Engineers and Constructors Ltd.
Mittie Cannon, Wood
Natalie Smith, KBR
George Neck Jr., Turner Industries Group, LLC
Reginald Wilson, MCAA
Sabra Phillips, Marek
Sean Ray, SUNDT
Timothy Becker PH.D., P.E., Kiewit Corporation
Tim Eldridge, Steel Erectors Association of America
Twila Everett, MasTec, Inc.
The Workforce Development Committee will lead the Construction and Maintenance Industries in the development, promotion, and provision of craft training processes.
Recognized by industry, government, and education as the standard for the Construction and maintenance craft and supervisory professional.