Representatives of Business WIOA Section 107(b)(2)(A)

Holly Schroeder

Chairperson
HOLLY SCHROEDER is the President and CEO of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation (SCVEDC). Ms. Schroder has over 20 years of management experience and executive experience in private sector, governmental, and non-profit organizations. Ms. Schroeder received an M.S. in Applied Information Management from the University of Oregon, and a B.A. in Chemistry and French from St. Olaf College. She was nominated by Supervisor Barger and the SCVEDC as a Business Representative.

Darrel Sauceda

Vice Chairperson
DARREL SAUCEDA is the Chief Operating Officer at Associated Construction Services Group. Darrel has more than 40 years of experience in the construction industry. Darrel has managed multimillion dollar projects for the Governmental, Public, Private and Utility sectors with a total program management vision, from initial design concept through final completion and occupancy. He ensures complete client satisfaction through strong relationships. Additionally, Darrel ventures in to new markets and prospects through national and local relationships and resources. He believes in training his employees to improve their skillset and ensures that they always put Safety first. He was nominated by Supervisor Hahn as a Business Representative.

Berenice Nunez Constant

Commissioner
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Jamarah Hayner

Commissioner
JAMARAH HAYNER is the President of JKH Consulting. Jamarah has led community involvement efforts for both public- and private-sector clients, as well as for leading elected officials in New York, Southern California and Phoenix. Throughout her career, she has helped clients ensure that communities and small businesses are valued stakeholders in projects affecting their neighborhoods, with a special focus in the areas of transportation, aviation, real estate, and housing policy and workforce development.

Karla Sayles

Commissioner
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Shalonda Baldwin

Commissioner
SHALONDA BALDWIN serves on the executive team at L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro). At Metro she has guided innovative first-ever programs such as the Pilot Business Interruption Fund, Crenshaw/LAX Business Solution Center, the Workforce Initiative-Now Los Angeles (WIN-LA), and Project Labor Agreement/Construction Careers Policy. She began her public career in San Francisco in the mayoral administration of Willie L. Brown, Jr. and Gavin Newsom; and thereafter joined the SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s leadership team. Ms. Baldwin holds a B.A. from the University of San Francisco and M.A. from Golden Gate University. Ms. Baldwin received COMTO SoCal Women Leaders Diversity and Inclusion Award in 2019.

Representatives of Workforce WIOA Section 107(b)(2)(B)

Anne McMonigle

Commissioner
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Antonio Sanchez

Commissioner
ANTONIO SANCHEZ is the Political and Business Development Director for International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 11. His role at Local 11 allows him to focus on creating opportunities for over 2,000 apprentices and over 8,000 journey-level members by pursuing high road workforce development strategies that include prevailing wage and safety standards, and local and targeted hire. He graduated cum laude with honors with a degree in Anthropology from Cal State Northridge and earned a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning from UCLA. Antonio has worked in many levels of government to better the lives of working families.

Corrine Sanchez

Commissioner
CORINNE SANCHEZ is the President and CEO of El Proyecto del Barrio, Inc. a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive health, employment, childcare development, HIV outpatient medical and education, youth and rehabilitative services to the underserved communities throughout L.A. County. Ms. Sanchez served as an appointee of the 1st District on the L.A. County WIB. She has over 37 years of experience in Non-Profit Organization Administration. She received a JD from the San Fernando College of Law and a B.A. from CSU Long Beach. She was nominated by Supervisor Solis as a Representative of the Workforce.

Jeremy Diaz

Commissioner
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Keith Harkey

Commissioner
KEITH HARKEY is a Business Representative with the Ironworkers Local 433 - covering Los Angeles, Las Vegas and the surrounding area that has a membership of 5,000 skilled workers which includes over 650 apprentices. Mr. Harkey is also on the District Council of Ironworkers of the State of California and Vicinity. He serves as an Executive Board Member of the Orange County Labor Federation and member of the Los Angeles County Labor Federation where he represents working people at the state and local level. As a Delegate for the Los Angeles/Orange County Building Trades Council and as member of the Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC), he is focused on expanding job opportunities by building and maintaining strong relationships with companies such as Disney. He was nominated by Supervisor Hahn as a Representative of Labor and the Workforce.

Mary Hewitt

Commissioner
MARY HEWITT is the Executive Director for the Los Angeles County Alliance for Boys & Girls Clubs. The Alliance is an umbrella organization that was created in 1998 to bring resources, marketing and fundraising to all Boys & Girls Clubs in Los Angeles County which serve over 140,000 youth ages 6 to 18. For the past 7 years she has spearheaded innovative programs, special events and service to under-resourced communities in Los Angeles. With her experience working for the US Government in Washington DC, Mary has led the Alliance on college and career programs through the annual Teen Summit.

Representatives of Education & Training WIOA Section 107(b)(2)(C)

Enrique Medina

Commissioner
DR. ENRIQUE MEDINA has focused on making a difference in the City of Pomona for over 30 years. He is the Director of the Career Readiness at Pomona USD. Dr. Medina’s has served on many local, county and state boards, task-forces and committees. Dr. Medina attended UC San Diego and earned a Bachelor’s in Biology with emphasis in Biochemistry and Minors in Organic Chemistry and History of Latin America. A Master’s in Foundations of Education and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Claremont Graduate University. He immigrated to the US at the age of 12 from Mexico.

Representatives of Government & Economic & Community Development WIOA Section 107(b)(2)(D)

Wan-Chun Chang

Commissioner
WAN-CHUN CHANG has worked with the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) for over 38 years and is currently responsible for managing a vocational rehabilitation services program as the District Administrator over the Van Nuys/Foothill District. She has been a member of the L.A. County Commission on Disabilities and the Advisory Board since 2007 and previously served on the L.A. County Workforce Investment Board. She received her M.A. in Guidance from Eastern Kentucky University and her B.A. in English from Fu Jen Catholic University. She was nominated by DOR as the representative of programs carried out under Title-I of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (WIOA Title IV).

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