Board of Directors

Serving South Central Kentucky

Our Board members

are all volunteers.

Our Board members are all volunteers–people who want this region’s workforce to be its best. By looking at the sheer volume of names on this page, it becomes clear how fortunate we are to have so many passionate people working together, not only to improve the workforce, but to better our region itself.

Board Chair

John Conrad

Training Manager, Country Oven Bakery

Robert Akin

President-Central KY Building Trades, KY LECET

Bob Biltz

VP/General Manager, Kentucky Chrome Works

Kassie Celsor

Human Resources, CPC Commodities

Anna Larson

Adult Education, KY Skills U

Destiny O'Rourke

Bowling Green High School, College and Career Readiness Coach

Treva Shirley

Occupational Medicine Navigator, TJ Regional Health

Beverly Tobin-Ford

National Federation of Federal Employees, AFL-CIO, USDA/Forest Service

Robin Amonett

Human Resource Manager, Stewart Richey Construction

Chris Boggs

Vice President, Kobe Aluminum Automotive Products, LLC

Randall Curry

Mayor, City of Horse Cave

Toby McGinnis

CEO/Owner, Cross Check Quality Inspection

Roxana Robinson

Regional Program Manager, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Program

TJ Shockley-Hunt

Regional Manager of Career Services, Goodwill Industries of Ky

Ron Wilson

Senior Director, Western Kentucky University

Gretchen Bandy

Assistant GM of Safety, HR & Training, Sumitomo

Michael Carter

Dept. for Workforce Investment, Career Development Office Regional Program Manager

Carol Elliott

HR Manager, Ventra Plastics

Melissa Mudd

SST, Title Sales Representative

Patrick Ross

Co-Owner, Hensley & Ross, Attorneys at Law

Rebecca Stone

President/CEO Service One Credit Union

Elizabeth Woosley

Assessment & AP Coordinator, Glasgow Independent Schools


South Central

Workforce Development Board


is positioning itself to be a key partner in economic development in the thriving South Central Kentucky region by producing a supply of educated and skilled workers aligned with the needs of current employers and aligned to the region’s economic development goals for attracting new employers.

We Are Committed To:


  • understanding the dynamics of the regional labor market


  • investigating and implementing best practices in addressing needs


  • recruiting regional employers as partners in education and training, not just end users of products of educational and workforce development programs



  • inspiring the public to continually acquire new skills at all age levels


  • motivating discouraged workers to return to the workforce and to training and education pathways


  • providing leadership and stewardship for funds and programs of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and other funds that the Board acquires to meet its strategic goals

The membership of the South Central Workforce Development Board shall be in accordance with the Kentucky Workforce Investment Board’s Policy Number 15-001, after consideration of fair and equitable representation, and shall be comprised of 23 members, representing sectors as listed: 


  • 12 Business Representatives
  • 5 Workforce Representatives
  • 3 Education and Training Representatives
  • 3 Government and Economic Development Representatives


Members shall be appointed for three year terms, with initial terms staggered so as to have nearly as many equal number of terms expiring each year following.