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LWIA 13 Strategic Plan Presentation Desi Franklin, Executive Director March 8, 2012. LWIA 13 Formula Funds Management. Annual Budget Approved by Board Director/Fiscal Officer Ongoing Communication Management Tracking of ITAs and Expenditures to Budget

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Lwia 13 strategic plan presentation desi franklin executive director march 8 2012

LWIA 13

Strategic Plan Presentation

Desi Franklin, Executive Director

March 8, 2012


Lwia 13 formula funds management

LWIA 13 Formula Funds Management

  • Annual Budget Approved by Board

  • Director/Fiscal Officer Ongoing Communication

  • Management Tracking of ITAs and Expenditures to Budget

  • City of Memphis General Ledger - Monthly Reconciliation

  • Finance Committee - Monthly Meetings

  • Executive Committee - Monthly Review

  • Board Approval of Financial Reports – Bi-monthly

  • TDLWFD Fiscal Reports - Monthly/Quarterly


Lwia 13 2011 top three ita providers by of itas issued

LWIA 13 2011 – Top Three ITA Providers (by # of ITAs Issued)


Lwia 13 2011 top three ita providers by funding

LWIA 13 - 2011 Top Three ITA Providers (by funding)


Lwia 13 2011 top three funded sectors

LWIA 13 2011 Top Three Funded Sectors

Above represents 26% of total 2011 ITAs funded


Lwia 13 in demand sectors

LWIA 13 – In Demand Sectors*

  • Agricultural Food and Natural Resources

  • Architecture and Construction

  • Business Management and Administration

  • Finance

  • Healthcare

  • Hospitality and Tourism

  • Information Technology

  • Manufacturing

  • Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

*Based on ONET and The Source


Enhanced partnerships

Enhanced Partnerships


Lwia 13 strategic plan presentation desi franklin executive director march 8 2012

Enhanced Partnerships


Lwia 13 strategic plan presentation desi franklin executive director march 8 2012

Enhanced Partnerships


Improved customer service

Improved Customer Service

  • Redesign of Career Center processes and client flow

  • Customized assessments

  • Upgrade of Career Center and additional resources

  • Career Center relocation effort

  • Strategic review of satellite center locations

  • Place based services (ex. South Memphis Opportunities, Youth staff)

  • Audit ready client files

  • Staff training

  • Better coordination between Job Seeker/Business Services departments

  • Website redesign, www.WINrecruits.com

  • Sector strategy for training

  • KeyTrain remediation ITAs/onsite KeyTrain assistance in planning stage

  • Building Silver CRC database


Lwia 13 use of additional funding from state set aside

LWIA 13 Use Of Additional Funding From State Set Aside

  • Received $423,837 in additional Adult and Dislocated Worker funding

  • Will fulfill TDLWFD Fast Track OJT commitments to Electrolux, Mitsubishi and KTG Kruger

  • OJT contracts will obligate all additional funds by 6/30/2012 for expenditure by 6/30/13

  • Will fund $50,000 of CRCs from formula funds


Lwia 13 disability employment initiative

LWIA 13 Disability Employment Initiative

  • Leverage existing partnerships to increase employment opportunities

  • Develop new partnerships

  • Foster greater awareness of disability related issues and resources through community outreach

  • Greater integration of non-traditional avenues (e.g. faith-based, etc.) as integrated resource team members to maximize community resources

  • Increase availability of existing assistive technology (videophones, PCs with visual enhancement capabilities, etc.) and ensure flexibility to incorporate emerging technologies


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