HRMA Monthly Meeting January 2019

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Hosted at Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Speaker: Jack Jekowski "A Glimpse into the New Mexico's Workforce Development Initiatives"


Monthly Member Luncheon

Tuesday, January 15th @ 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM


Hosted at Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

(2401 12th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104) 


Parking on North Side    


Jack Jekowski - Innovative Technology Partnerships, LLC.

"A Glimpse into the New Mexico's Workforce Development Initiatives"


Register Here for Luncheon

(Registration closes Thursday, January 10th, end of day)




Jack Jekowski, who serves on several nonprofit Education and Economic Development Boards in New Mexico, including as chair of the Association of Commerce and Industry's (ACI) Education and Workforce Development Committee, will highlight some of the Governor's proposed workforce development initiatives as the First Session of the 54th Legislature gets underway. Jack will also provide an overview of the Higher Education System in New Mexico, some of the challenges we face in preparing our workforce for the jobs of the future, and provide references for additional information.



Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the proposed key Workforce Development policy initiatives of the new Administration under Governor Michele Lujan Grisham.
  2. Understand the complexity of New Mexico's Higher Education System and efforts in the past eight years to better align and focus the system to prepare the workforce for jobs of the future.
  3. Obtain useful website references to monitor the 60-day activities of the 54th Legislature.




Jack is a founding Principal Partner with Innovative Technology Partnerships, LLC. (ITP), a high technology consulting company headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico. ITP primarily supports national security programs in the Department of Energy, and the National Laboratories, as well as other federal agencies. Jack specializes in the facilitation of scenario and strategic planning activities for large organizations in the federal government, education and the private sector.

Jack is retired from a 34-year career in the Department of Energy contractor community, having served as a senior manager for EG&G, Inc. and Honeywell, managing large research and technical operations across the country. 

Jack has been active in many educational, economic development, and public policy initiatives and organizations in New Mexico for over 30 years. He is currently on the board of several nonprofit organizations including serving as co-Chair of the Statewide New Mexico EPSCoR Advisory Committee, and also serves on the Board of the State Chamber of Commerce (the Association of Commerce and Industry) as the Chair of the Education and Workforce Committee. Jack is past co-president of the New Mexico Partnership for Math and Science Education, and has been active in several New Mexico STEM initiatives, for example, having served as founding Board Member, Past President and current Board Member for over 33 years on the New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement (NM MESA) program. 

Jack has a BSEE, magna cum laude, from Northeastern University.

January 15th, 2019 11:15 AM   through   1:00 PM
2401 12th St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104
United States
Event Fee(s)
HRMA Member $ 30.00
Non HRMA Member $ 45.00
Pre-Paid Event Bundle (only select if you pre-paid all lunches) $ 0.00
Board Member $ 0.00
Student Member $ 0.00
Pay Later / Pay @ Door $ 0.00

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