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New Deputy Director/CFO of Workforce Development Board

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Jeane’ Holley: (216)698-2544/(216)640-0821 or jholley@cuyahogacounty.us

Cuyahoga County, OH – Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish names Frank Brickner, CPA as Deputy Director/Chief Financial Officer for the Cleveland/Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Board and Ohio Means Jobs-Cleveland Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Area.

“We must do all we can to train people for the thousands of good paying jobs that are available, right now, in Cuyahoga County,” said Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish. “That’s why I am pleased to make this appointment. Frank’s financial and operational knowledge of the workforce system is impressive. We look forward to Frank using his experience and knowledge to work collaboratively with the county HHS & Economic Development teams to advance the important work of job training and placement onto career pathways.”

“I am delighted to have Frank join our team”, said Grace A. Kilbane, Executive Director, Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Board and OhioMeansJobs. “Frank brings 31 years of financial experience with a track record of outstanding public service and integrity and is an expert on federal and state workforce development laws and policies.”

“I truly am looking forward to returning to Ohio Means Jobs-Cleveland Cuyahoga County,” said Brickner. “It certainly is rewarding to come back to an agency that positively impacts so many lives by helping them get connected to jobs and job training. I am deeply committed to the success of this agency in achieving its mission. Everyone owes it to themselves to love what they do and who they do it for, which certainly is the case for me at Workforce.”

Mr. Brickner has 18 years of experience in workforce development and has served as the Chief Financial Officer for the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County since March 2013. He has created innovative and cost-saving fiscal systems and processes to streamline administrative services including fiscal, contracts, procurement and information technology.

The Ohio Means Jobs-Cleveland Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Area provides universal access to anyone who seeks employment and training services through One Stop Centers located at 1910 Carnegie Avenue in Cleveland, at 11699 Brookpark Rd. in Parma, satellites at Cuyahoga Job and Family Service centers at the Virgil Brown Building, Quincy Place and Old Brooklyn, and assistance at several Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Library branches. More information can be found at our web site at: https://www.omjcc.us/. Job matching and training services are aligned to meet the human resource skills needed by businesses to ensure economic growth.