Updated: May 10, 2019
Stephanie Meisner-Maggard, Vice President of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, has become a Talent Pipeline Management Practitioner for the Chamber's NorthStar Initiative. This initiative will help Wyoming businesses address workforce challenges with proven supply chain management tools to ensure companies have the talent to start, grow and successfully expand.
Meisner-Maggard recently completed the Talent Pipeline Management Academy Ninth Cohort in Washington, D.C. and developed actionable strategies for the development of the program in the greater Cheyenne region.
"Talent Pipeline Management is based on the Cheyenne Chamber's driving principles that 'Math is Important' and we must make 'Data Driven Decisions’,” said Meisner-Maggard. “We’re eager to position our community as a competitor at the national level. Wyoming will only be successful if we have the talent to get us there.”
Talent Pipeline Management looks at how communities produce the workforce needed for the businesses of today and tomorrow from early childhood development through educational and on-the-job training. When preparing talent to be "work ready", the optimal results will catapult character and craft before entry into military, career or post-secondary pathways. This on-the-ground construct will be driven by employers for employers.
Thank you to our Initiative Partners: