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"Grow A Resilient Workforce" Open House - May 11

Local Government 2030 is continuing a series of open houses during May to discuss the three projects being worked on by the Convening #1 Delegates. We are looking for broad input from colleagues around the country on the work so far.

The open house for the "Grow a Resilient Workforce" project is on Thursday May 11 at 3 PM ET.

With COVID, the Silver Tsunami, and a lack of incoming qualified applicants, it’s become apparent the current local government workforce is struggling. The Grow a Resilient Workforce initiative rethinks and reworks the basics of employment with local governments. The end goal being to build the base of incoming talented individuals who will stay within local government throughout their careers. This initiative is working to provide a manual with strategies and model programs for a wide array of private and public sector entities to implement and address the three major aspects affecting our workforce today: Recruit, Retain, and Develop.

For more info:

To sign up from the Open House, go to

Project Team:

Megan Gideon

Aisha Krieger

Stephanie Santana

Douglas Crane

Jonathan Gano

Kimberly Richardson

Bianca Alvarez, MA, BFA

Dan Bardzell

Emily Blakeslee, SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP, SPHR

Megan Caron, MPA

Danielle Dulin

Marcus Haynes

Jessica Hudson

Jordan Jerkovich, MS, MPA

Anthony Ladd

Jeannetta Maxena, MPA

Gordon Okumu

Trenten Robinson

Marcus Scott

Noor Shaikh

Lorizelda Stoeller

Teanna Thompson

Henrietta W.

Michael Zeller

Several Convening #1 sponsors are doing important work in this area including: RaftelisMissionSquare RetirementAmerican Public Works AssociationGovernment Finance Officers Association (GFOA)ICMA - International City/County Management AssociationInternational Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC)GovHR USA, GovTempsUSAResource Exploration (ResourceX)PolcoBaker Tilly Public Sector Executive RecruitmentNational League of CitiesNational Academy of Public AdministrationNational Association of CountiesNational Recreation and Park AssociationAmerican Planning AssociationCenter for Public Safety Excellence



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