Our Board Members

Chairman – Ricardo Romero, First Bank – Biscoe, NC

Vice Chair – Vickie Cox, Heritage Home Group, LLC – Greensboro, NC

Randy Black, Longworth Industries – Candor, NC

Pat Corso, Moore County Partners in Progress – Pinehurst, NC

Nancy Coston, Orange County Dept. of Social Services – Hillsborough, NC

John Coyle, Jordan Lumber & Supply, Inc. – Mt. Gilead, NC

Andrea Fleming, Alamance Chamber of Commerce – Burlington, NC

Randy Fulk, Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers’ International Union – Elon, NC

Tim Greene, Representative of American Postal Workers Union – Asheboro, NC

Chris Harrington, Elastic Therapy LLC – Asheboro, NC

Rhonda Sue Holaday, Summit Design and Engineering Services –
Hillsborough, NC

Andrea Korte, Sandhills Community College – Pinehurst, NC

Leane Langston, Americhem, Inc. – Liberty, NC

John Lowery, Sandhills (South Central) Prosperity Zone, NCWorks, NC Department of Commerce – Rockingham, NC

Greta Gail McDowell, Technimark, Inc. – Asheboro, NC

Rebecca Parks, Vocational Rehabilitation, Burlington, NC

Randy Perkins, Prime Personnel Resources, Inc – Burlington, NC

Scott Queen, Alamance Community College – Graham, NC

Cheryl Ray, Sports Endeavors, Inc. – Mebane, NC

Kristin Richmond, Tailored Training Programs, LLC – Pinehurst, NC

Timothy J. Simmons, PACTIV- International Trays Pads – Aberdeen, NC

Melissa Walker, Carolina Bronze Sculpture – Seagrove, NC

Nina Walker, Sandhills Community Action Program – Carthage, NC

Dr. Terry Worrell, Asheboro City Schools – Asheboro, NC

Board Meeting schedule for 2017:

April 25, 2017 – 11-2 p.m. – Regional Partnership Workforce Development BOARD MEETING – Orange County

June 15, 2017 – Regional Partnership Workforce Development Board Dinner & Awards Banquet

July 20, 2017 – 11-2 p.m. – Regional Partnership Workforce Development BOARD MEETING – Randolph County

October 19, 2017 – 11-2 p.m. – Regional Partnership Workforce Development BOARD MEETING – Alamance County





 A majority (fifty-one percent) of the members of the Local Board must be representatives of businesses in the Local Area. Members representing business must be individuals who are owners, chief executive officers, chief operating officers, or other individuals with optimum policymaking or hiring authority. The remaining forty-nine percent of the members represent Department of Social Services, Department of Community Colleges, Vocational Rehabilitation, Division of Workforce Solutions, Economic Development, Local School Systems, Community Based Organizations and Organized Labor.