FOUR COUNTY PLANNING BOARD SEES STAFF CHANGES
Walkerton, ON (April 24, 2023) – The Four County Labour Marketing Planning Board (FCLMPB) is pleased to announce Dana Soucie has accepted the position of Executive Director. Dana has been in the Interim position since May of 2022 and is excited to continue the work of FCLMPB.
Dana brings with her a passion for community development as well as a vast background in economic development, human resources and workforce development. She has been with the FCLMPB since November of 2019 in various roles and is eager to continue the work of the Executive Director. The Board is pleased and grateful for all the work Dana has accomplished as the organization moves through this transition. The FCLMPB continues to be a strong voice for workforce development in the Stratford-Bruce Peninsula economic region.
We would also like to welcome Jan Lai to the team as of April 4th. Jan will be filling the Maternity Leave contract for the position of Labour Market Researcher. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience and will work closely with the Executive Director to ensure we are engaging with local organizations to provide quality Labour Market Information.
A period of transition will be taking place as both positions settle into their new roles, but we do not anticipate this will cause any interruption to the services we provide. Stakeholder engagement sessions dates will be announced for end of May or early June. We look forward to seeing you at these sessions as your feedback is very valuable to our analysis and understanding of the local labour market challenges and opportunities.
The Workforce Planning Board is a leader in workforce development, providing evidence-based analysis and engaging a broad range of labour market stakeholders. The FCLMPB works to provide stakeholders with quality labour market information so they can make decisions which result in a thriving, viable economy and we look forward to working with all of you to make this happen as we navigate through the current labour shortages.