WDBSCW Hosts Virtual Annual Awards Celebration, Honors Participants and Businesses

MADISON, January 6, 2021 – The Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin (WDBSCW) honored five individuals with the Aspire Award and two community leaders with the Champions in Action Award during the 37th Annual Awards Celebration on December 9, 2020.

The Aspire Award honors individuals for outstanding success and achievements in the WDBSCW’s workforce development programs offered in collaboration with the WorkSmart Network and partners. Nominees demonstrated the motivation and perseverance needed to overcome obstacles to reach their career goals.

The recipients of the 2020 Aspire Award includes:

  • Jacob Jones
  • Amy Cifre
  • DeeDee Randle
  • Manuel Romero
  • Amanda McCluskey

The Champions in Action Award recognizes area businesses and leaders whose efforts and dedication help the WDBSCW find workforce solutions and connect job seekers to quality jobs.

The recipients of the 2020 Champions in Action Award includes:

  • Ann McNeary, United Way of Dane County and the AFL-CIO South Central Federation of Labor
  • Dawn Webber, Royle Printing

The Aspire Awardees participated on a panel during the awards celebration to share their experiences in workforce programs as well as their future goals.


About Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin

The Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin (WDBSCW) is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that collaborates with businesses and workforce in the Wisconsin counties of Columbia, Dane, Dodge, Jefferson, Marquette and Sauk with a mission to build public and private partnerships that support innovation and excellence in workforce development.

The WorkSmart Network and Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin are equal opportunity employer/program service providers. This product was created with funding from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). If you need assistance to access our services in a different language or need this material in an alternative format, contact us. Deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired callers may reach us by using Wisconsin Relay Services at 711. Proud partners of the American Job Center network.

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