Kimberly Staley, Vice President and Director of Client Services, has been elected by the Board of Directors of the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) to serve on the Executive Committee, a standing body that provides “a decision-making mechanism between Board meetings to deal with urgent business of the organization as required and develop and recommend policies to the Board.”
Kimberly has been a member of the NAWDP Board, representing Connecticut, since 2011, participating on the Certification and Membership Committee, as well as serving as Chair of the Membership Committee—a position to which she was re-appointed to serve another year—and the New and Emerging Professionals Committee.
With more than 20 years’ experience in workforce development, as well as a Master’s degree in Workforce Education and Development, Kimberly oversees all KRA client-focused services, including contractual agreements; manages and develops consistent processes, tools, and methods for effective staff training; and leads efforts to foster continuous program improvement through implementation of company “best practices”.
Kimberly’s KRA Program Management experience includes directing a four-city, multi-site WIA-funded One-Stop Career Center program for Adult and Dislocated Workers, as well as a TANF-funded program for public-assistance recipients.
KRA Corporation heartily congratulates Kimberly on her latest accomplishment, as well as her past achievements in supporting and advancing NAWDP’s mission on behalf of the nation’s dedicated workforce development professionals.