Join us for the CCBA June Breakfast Forum on Wednesday, June 12th from 7:30-9 am at the Oregon Golf Club featuring Bridget Dazey, Executive Director of the Clackamas Workforce Partnership.
Economic mobility and success must be intentional. Please join – as Bridget Dazey shares more about the state of the workforce and the public workforce system, partner coordination, and ways to engage in the future of our community. No one entity or system can take on all of the challenges – that’s why it’s so important to get connected to step up and into the solutions. As a leader in our community, we ask you to explore intersections between education, social engagement, and business.
About our speaker:
Since joining CWP in December 2008, and assuming the role of Executive Director in 2014, Bridget Dazey’s focus has been on individuals with barriers to employment, WorkSource services, Sector Strategies, equity and community engagement. Bridget led the planning process for Clackamas Workforce Partnership 2016-2020 Strategic Plan – the county’s four-year comprehensive workforce development plan. Focused on four core goals of Business, Job Seeker, the Emerging Worker and Resources, the plan is rooted in guiding principles of equity and advancement, industry response, and a shared goal of workforce prosperity across Clackamas County. Prior to this, Bridget’s vocation is Social Work with career pathway beginnings in Iowa, with experience in the criminal justice system and substance abuse prevention and intervention, to working with children on the Autism spectrum and behavior disorders.
Clackamas Workforce Partnership was the recipient of Oregon Business Magazine Best Nonprofit to Work, 2ndPlace, 2017 and 2018. Described by her peers as tenacious, strong-willed and highly motivated, Bridget leads a respected, well versed team of workforce experts in Clackamas County.
CCBA would like to give a special thanks to City of Wilsonville and South Metro Area Regional Transit for sponsoring this event!