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Partnering for Progress Names Tamala Marley Career Pathway Coordinator

GREENVILLE — During Darke County Economic Development’s Partnering for Progress Fall Mixer, held at the Bistro on Broadway Wednesday evening in Greenville, Director Mike Bowers announced the hiring of a new Career Pathway Coordinator.

From the November 2, 2017 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Erik Martin, Staff Reporter

GREENVILLE — During Darke County Economic Development’s Partnering for Progress Fall Mixer, held at the Bistro on Broadway Wednesday evening in Greenville, Director Mike Bowers announced the hiring of a new Career Pathway Coordinator.

Tamala Marley will fill the position left open by former Coordinator Lisa Wendel, who left in August.

Marley, formerly an employment advisor with the Darke County Board of Developmental Disabilities, will officially begin her duties November 13. Marley is a longtime Arcanum resident, residing there with her husband, Jeff.

“Tamala brings a background in education, and a background with some of you as businesses already that have met her and worked with her in the past, so we’re very excited about having Tamala come on board,” said Bowers, introducing her to Partnering for Progress’s business, civic and education leaders.

“I’m very excited about this opportunity and very grateful for the confidence in me being selected for this position,” said Marley. “I’m very much looking forward to working with Mike and Melanie [Nealeigh] and with the board and moving forward with workforce. We have some wonderful opportunities here in Darke County for our emerging workforce and I look forward to continuing to build those relationships.”.....

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