The Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of William Westmoreland as its next Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Westmoreland is currently employed by PacMtn as the Senior Associate Director of Business Engagement and Community Affairs. His career has included corporate, education and non-profit experience and 17 years of involvement in workforce development.
PacMtn’s Board Chair, Jacquelin Earley said, “PacMtn received interest from many qualified candidates from across the country. William’s valuable career experience and knowledge stood out above the others. The board is confident that William’s expertise will support PacMtn’s growth and service to our region in the coming years. After a comprehensive process, it was clear to the search committee that William should be our next leader!”
The Search Committee spent four months collecting information from the community, seeking and compiling resumes and interviewing candidates. The committee narrowed the field to three qualified and talented candidates who participated in interviews with community members, the Board of Directors, and the PacMtn staff. Based on those interviews, references, and community feedback, the committee identified William Westmoreland as their best choice for the CEO position.
Mr. Westmoreland said, “I’m excited to get started as the CEO at PacMtn. This organization has been exceedingly well-led and is doing remarkable work in the community. Through strategic partnerships and concentrated attention to underserved populations and equity, PacMtn has been a model for workforce development in the state and country. I am proud to be selected as its next leader.”
Mr. Westmoreland will replace outgoing CEO, Cheryl B. Fambles, in January 2022.
For more information, don’t hesitate to contact Kelly Fujimoto, Community Relations Analyst, email@example.com.
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