ARLINGTON, Texas - The Texas Workforce Commission approved a new board member to serve on the North Central Texas Workforce Development Board (Board).
Tracey Kirsch of Mineral Wells, Texas joins the Board as a private sector representative for Palo Pinto County. Mrs. Kirsch is the President at Electromedical Products International, Inc., a company that designs, manufactures, and distributes specialized medical devices for pain and stress related disorders.
The Board oversees the planning, oversight, policy guidance and design of services in 11 Texas Workforce Centers located across the 14 county workforce development area. The Board is one of 28 Workforce Development Boards in the State of Texas and is one of seven larger boards within Texas.
Workforce Board Members are leaders within their communities and are appointed by the Chief Elected Official of the county in which they reside or operate their business. Because businesses are the driving force within the economy, the Board is comprised largely of private business leaders. However, the Board includes representatives from other key partners within the workforce system that include economic development entities, chambers of commerce, labor, education, and community organizations.