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Executive Director Sanders Named LMI Institute Board of Directors Chair



WASHINGTON - Today, the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) announced that its Executive Director, Scott B. Sanders, will chair the Labor Market Information (LMI) Institute Board of Directors for the 2020-2021 term beginning July 1, 2020. He served as the vice-chair over the past year for this NASWA partner with a mission to support and promote the production and use of high-quality workforce and employment information.

The LMI Institute is closely aligned with the work of NASWA in the labor market information arena, which forms a natural alliance between the two organizations. Labor market information data and analytics is critical to policy and decision makers and has been supported by NASWA in its Legislative Priorities each year, by calling for "greater opportunities for state workforce agencies and their partners to access and share data."

"I have appreciated the opportunity to serve on the Board of Directors for the LMI Institute and now to serve as the chair," said Scott B. Sanders. "It is a privilege to serve with such esteemed colleagues in the labor market information area and bring additional collaborations to NASWA to continue developing data driven decision making."

Executive Director Sanders will help direct the LMI Institute Board as they work to complete their 2018-2020 strategic goals of enhancing value proposition for members, expanding and aligning capacity in the Federal-State Workforce and Labor Market Information System (WLMIS), and managing the LMI Institute Association Operations.

Visit lmiontheweb.org for more information on the LMI Institute.   

 

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About the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (www.naswa.org): NASWA is the national organization representing all 50 state workforce agencies, D.C. and U.S. territories. These agencies deliver training, employment, career, and business services, in addition to administering the unemployment insurance, veteran reemployment, and labor market information programs. NASWA provides policy expertise, shares promising state practices, and promotes state innovation and leadership in workforce development.