On October 19, 2022 two Northern Colorado professionals were recognized by the Rocky Mountain Workforce Development Association for their outstanding work.
Lisa Taylor with the Immigrant Refugee Center of Northern Colorado (IRCNOCO) was recognized for achieving greater results through commitment to developing sound partnerships that make an impact in the community. Under her leadership, the IRCNOCO exudes the characteristics of authentic partnerships. IRCNOCO is committed not only to serving the individuals who walk in their doors each day, they are committed to continuous improvements, through meeting identified gaps within the community and collaborating regionally, as well as across the State, to serve New Americans with excellence.
Matthew Hortt with the High Plains Library District was recognized for loyal dedication and unwavering commitment to the regional Workforce System. Matt is not only a champion of the High Plains Library District (HPLD), but also an ambassador of everything workforce. Matt is an appointed member of the Weld County Workforce Development Board (WCWDB) and is very active with all initiatives the WCWDB takes on. Specifically, Matt has garnered support for an Innovation Center that aligns the workforce center, educators, and business to create a maker’s space, wet and dry innovation areas, and a recording space.
Thank you Lisa and Matt for your outstanding work!