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Marley is Workforce Development Specialist

GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress (P4P) and the Darke County Economic Development office have been searching for someone to lead workforce development efforts since Lisa Wendel left the position this past summer. During the organization’s annual Fall Mixer at the Bistro Off Broadway on Nov. 1, Mike Bowers, director of Darke County Economic Development, announced Tamala Marley will be the office’s new workforce specialist.

From the 11-5-17 edition of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editior

GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress (P4P) and the Darke County Economic Development office have been searching for someone to lead workforce development efforts since Lisa Wendel left the position this past summer. During the organization’s annual Fall Mixer at the Bistro Off Broadway on Nov. 1, Mike Bowers, director of Darke County Economic Development, announced Tamala Marley will be the office’s new workforce specialist.

As did her predecessor, Marley comes to Darke County Economic Development with a background in education. She said she understands classroom teachers and believes she can help bridge the gap between the classroom and business. She has also spent 12 years in county government working with the Darke County Extension Office where she was able to form relationships with local organizations. The past six years have been with Darke DD (Developmental Disabilities) working with employment services and Community First departments to build relationships with local employers.

Marley said, “There will be a lot of things to learn, but I feel I have a lot of connections within the community and a lot of relationships that have already been formed with our local employers.” .....

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