Governor’s Workforce Board announces Amy Grzybowski as Interim Executive Director

The Governor’s Workforce Board (GWB) announced that Amy Grzybowski will serve as Interim Executive Director. Grybowski currently serves as Executive Director of the Westerly Education Center and will continue in this role while supporting the GWB.

“Amy leads a great team doing excellent work to promote workforce development at the Westerly Education Center,” said Mike Grey, Chairman of the Governor’s Workforce Board. “We are very fortunate and excited that she has agreed to support the GWB in an interim role.”

Grzybowski will begin as Interim Executive Director on January 4, 2021, and a search process will soon begin to establish a permanent Executive Director.


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