Governor Larry Hogan this week reappointed Carroll County Commissioner Ed Rothstein to serve a new four-year term on the Governor’s Workforce Development Board. Commissioner Rothstein serves as a MACo representative to the board.
The GWDB is responsible for developing policies and strategies to form a coordinated workforce system from a variety of education, employment, and training programs. It brings together and focuses various workforce development partners and stakeholders on two key outcomes —a properly prepared workforce that meets the current and future demands of Maryland employers, and opportunities for all Marylanders to succeed in the 21st-century workforce.
“I am honored to accept the reappointment to serve Governor Hogan, the state, and Carroll County regarding important workforce issues,” Commissioner Rothstein said. “Continuing to serve provides an opportunity for me to represent Carroll County residents and businesses at the table discussing strategic long-range vision and operational goals for workforce development in Maryland.”