The Regional Partnership Workforce Development Board’s Youth Committee is responsible for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) activities for youth 16 – 24 years of age in our five county region. We are always looking for new Youth Committee members from Education, Public Housing, Law Enforcement, Juvenile Justice, Job Corp, and Human Service Agencies who have a special interest or expertise in youth policy and needs.


Youth Committee Members:

Chairman- vacant

Nancy Coston, Family Success Alliance and the Partnership to End Homelessness

Tammy Wall, Regional Partnership Workforce Development Board Director

Kathy Tarlton, Regional Partnership Workforce Development Board

Mary Bradshaw, NextGen Council- Regional Partnership WDB


If you are interested in serving, please contact Tammy Wall, Director of the Regional Partnership Workforce Development Board at 336-629-5141 of


NEXTGEN – Youth Summit

Below are some quotes from our participants who attended the 2017 Youth Summit.

“The fear of facing your fears is harder to overcome than the fear itself. In order to overcome a fear you must face the giant that is hindering you from your success. This quote hit deep for me and I will never forget this experience” – D’atra Spencer
“It was amazing to spend quality time with people that had gone through similar things as myself. I felt it was easier to connect and listen the them. It’s amazing knowing that we have all pushed through to make something out of ourselves” – Felipe Zamora-Ramirez
“The biggest thing I took from the Youth Summit is to go through life with confidence and not hold myself back. My favorite speaker was Greg because he was passionate about what he said and what he meant and I can live my life thinking that I can do anything in life!” – Tyrique Frazier
“The Youth Summit was a good experience for me. I learned that we will never be successful unless we try to conquer our fears.” – Bridget Swaney
“I had a really good time at the Youth Summit This was my first time going and I really enjoyed everything and I want to thank everyone that pulled this together, it was great!” Rebecca Spivey