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Speaker: Amy Anderson, Association of Washington Business
The AWB recently published an article that shows a new report that highlights major staff turnover and other challenges in the child care industry. This in turn impacts the business community and our local economy. The Washington Child Care Collaborative Task Force shows a 43% workforce turnover rate, among other challenges.
Amy will walk us through this report and what this impact will continue to have on families and the economy as employers seek staff members.
About the speaker: Amy K. Anderson is AWB?s director of government affairs for education, workforce development, health care and federal issues.
Before joining AWB?s government affairs team, Amy was a strategic consultant for the AWB Institute for almost four years, bringing more than 10 years of policy analysis and advocacy experience to the position.
She began her career working with the Washington State Senate Health and Long Term Care Committee as well as the Washington State Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board as a policy analyst. She also spent seven years heading up the policy and workforce efforts at Greater Spokane Incorporated. She has also worked as Oregon and Alaska legislative director at Premera Blue Cross. Amy has also taught graduate health policy and law classes for Washington State University Spokane and Kaplan University.
Amy holds a law degree from Gonzaga University School of Law, a graduate degree in Health Policy and Administration from Washington State University Spokane, a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Colorado and a B.A. in Government and History from California State University Sacramento.
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