Empowerment Systems, Inc.
As founder and a director of Empowerment Systems, and organization in Apache Junction that is involved in workforce development in the fields of health, human services and education. Jack oversees policy and program development, mentoring the CEO and other key administrative staff. He actively advocates for sound public health and education policy through partnership with other like-minded organizations such as the Rural and Public Health Associations, Children’s Action Alliance and Council of Human Service Providers.
Why did you join the Pinal County Workforce Development Board?
I originally joined the Gila-Pinal Workforce Investment Board about fifteen years ago to help make sure available resources are effectively utilized to meet the needs of employers and job seekers in the two county region. I remain committed to make sure that health, human service and education workforce needs are addressed with available resources, especially in north central Pinal and southeastern Maricopa counties.
My wife and I have been able to travel the world and visit over fifty countries and every continent except Antarctica. We've been to China, Russia and Cuba, and exotic locations such as Easter Island, the Galapagos and Machu Pichu.