Chike Aguh: Economic and Racial Equity, and Community Colleges in the Future of Work (EPISODE 27)

1 comment on “Chike Aguh: Economic and Racial Equity, and Community Colleges in the Future of Work (EPISODE 27)

  1. Dear Innovation Officer Aguh,
    Congratulations on your appointment as Innovation Officer at the US Department of Labor! I hope and pray that you will have profoundly positive influence as you lead. Community Colleges are the nation’s primary workforce generator. Unfortunately, as a doctor of Community College Policy and Administration, I live in the community college dessert of Pennsylvania and in order to facilitate the establishment of a new regional community college, I founded a 501 (c)3 non profit organization 12 years ago. Steadily, we have been fulfilling requirements and just recently had a 10 year economic impact forecast completed by EMSI, the leader in labor market data and higher education. We are holding our press conference this Thursday, January 28, from 10:00AM to noon, Eastern Time, and would be honored if you would provide your expert commentary regarding regional community colleges and their role in local, state, and national econimic resilience and recovery. Grateful regards.

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