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2016 Run-Off Election

After the initial vote for NCWE Elected Board members, two candidates tied for the 5th position. Thus, the need for a run-off election. The bios for the two candidates are below.

Please CLICK HERE to vote for the candidate of your choice. You must vote by Friday April 8, 2016 4p PT


Dr. Kenneth Warden
Dean, College of Applied Science and Technology
University of Arkansas-Fort Smith

Dr. Warden has been involved with workforce education for the past 20 years, and has held positions ranging from faculty member to senior administrator. He has served on the NCWE Board for the past three years as an Elected Board Member.

"I am now seeking another term as a board member for NCWE. As demonstrated by my prior work on the board, I feel strongly about this organization and the members we support. I truly believe that our organization is the premier mechanism for policy influence regarding workforce education in the nation. Our collective voice is one that needs to be continually heard and I stand ready to help lead the effort."




Craig Lamb, Vice President
Corporate and Continuing Education
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, NC

Craig serves as Vice President of Corporate and Continuing Education at Rowan -Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury, North Carolina. His responsibilities include training and education projects in support of community, economic and workforce development. Worker selection, workplace certification and process improvement are areas of special interest. Prior to joining RCCC in 2014, Craig served as Executive Director of Ivy Tech Corporate College for 17 years. He holds a BA in Organizational Communication from Purdue University and an MA in Adult and Community Education from Ball State University.

"The National Council for Workforce Education is in a unique position to support workforce professionals throughout the country through sharing content, developing strong networks and advocating for the future of workforce education. I feel that as an elected board member I would add value to the thinking and planning of the Council and be and enthusiastic advocate for all of the organization’s initiatives."
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