Leon County Board of County Commissioners
CareerSource Capital Region Board
The CareerSource Capital Region's Board develops the region's strategic workforce development plan; identifies occupations for which there is a demand in the area served and selecting training institutions that may provide training, in accordance with procurement guidelines and procedures; solicit the input and participation of the local business community in the provision of services for the residents of the region; provide policy guidance and procedures for programs established by CareerSource Capital Region; and, provide oversight and monitoring activities.
Florida Statute Chapter 445 the State of Florida "Workforce Innovation Act of 2000"; 445.007
Interlocal Agreement between Leon, Wakulla, and Gadsden County Commissions (Region 5)
A nomination is required. Nominations for the private sector seats shall be submitted to the County Commissions, or their designee, by local business organizations including local chambers of commerce, downtown merchants associations, area business associations, etc., but must be compliant with the WIOA and Florida Statutes. Such nominations for the Board shall be representative of the business community in optimal business leadership positions, such as CEO's, VP's of HR, General Managers, Presidents and C Suite executives of firms that require a large workforce to maintain their business. Contact CareerSource Capital Region for more information.
CSCR Membership Application required for appointment consideration.
Members must file a Financial Disclosure Form 1 from the Florida Commission on Ethics within 30 days of being appointed and annually by July 1 thereafter. In addition, when leaving the committee members must file a final Form 1F within 60 days of leaving their public position. The final Form 1F covers the disclosure period between January 1 and your last day of office within that year.
12 Private Sector Representatives:
- 7 - members appointed by the Leon County Commission (Full Board appointments)
- 3 - members appointed by the Gadsen County Commission
- 2 - members appointed by the Wakulla County Commission
11 Representatives as specified by the WIOA (Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act)
- 1 Adult education and literacy representative
- 1 institution of higher education representative
- 2 economic and community development representatives
- 2 organized labor representative
- 1 community-based organization serving veterans representative
- 2 governmental agencies representing vocational rehabilitation and public assistances representative
- 1 philanthropic organization representative
- 1 non-state funded higher education institution representative
Maximum Number of Terms: 3
Maximum of three consecutive terms of service per 2014 bylaws. Vacancies are filled for the remainder of the unexpired term.
|1||McDowell, Martina||09/17/2019||2||07/01/2021||06/30/2024||3 Year(s)||Private Sector Rep||Board of County Commissioners|
|2||VACANT||Board of County Commissioners|
|3||Cicchetti, Amy (Beth) B.||03/07/2017||3||07/01/2022||06/30/2025||3 Year(s)||Private Sector Rep||Board of County Commissioners|
|4||Eisel, Thomas||04/23/2019||1||04/23/2019||06/30/2022||3 Year(s)||Private Sector Rep||Board of County Commissioners|
|5||Ousley, Princess||01/25/2022||1||01/25/2022||06/30/2023||3 Year(s)||Private Sector Rep||Board of County Commissioners|
|6||Copper-Butler , Stephen||09/15/2020||1||09/15/2020||06/30/2023||3 Year(s)||Private Sector Rep||Board of County Commissioners|
|7||Gillespie, Erin||01/26/2021||2||07/01/2021||06/30/2024||3 Year(s)||Private Sector Rep||Board of County Commissioners|