Capital Workforce Partners (CWP) is pleased to announce that Latonia Tabb has joined the organization as its Programs & Operations Administrator. Tabb comes to CWP after serving more than 20 years in positions where she oversaw programs and operations in both non-profit and government arenas. Most recently, Latonia served as Senior Manager of Education Initiatives at the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut in Hartford, CT.
Tabb began in her new role last month and reports directly to CWP Chief Administrative Officer Kimberly Staley. “We are extremely excited to have Latonia on our team,” said Staley. “During the interview process it was evident that Latonia’s approach to work and life align very well with CWP’s values. Latonia’s deep programs and operations experience coupled with her high energy and commitment to service makes her a tremendous addition to CWP as it continues in its mission to leverage public and private resources to produce skilled workers for a competitive regional economy.”
In this position, Tabb is responsible for the management, implementation and compliance oversight of all contract and programs including Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA – Adult, Dislocated Worker), Jobs First Employment Services (JFES), WIOA Youth and related education, training and programs or specialty initiatives.
Tabb began her career at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, CT where she served as a Unit Director and Director of Teen Services later relocating to Maryland as the Chief Operating Officer for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Annapolis & Anne Arundel County. Following her work as a Program Analyst assisting the Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) Chief of Staff for the District of Columbia Government, Latonia moved on to serve as the Regional Director of Operations at Hillside Family of Agencies (Work-Scholarship Connection) in Prince George’s County, MD, where she worked with officials in the Prince George’s County Public School System focusing on collaborations, partnerships and systems development.
A graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a BA in History, Latonia received her MA in Organizational Management & Leadership from Springfield College School of Human Services.