The WWDC is a 30-member board charged with assisting the Governor in directing Wyoming’s workforce development system, ensuring the system is fundamental in supporting robust regional and state economies and producing a high quality, self-sufficient workforce valued by Wyoming employers. Members represent a range of groups including business and industry, organized labor, state Legislature, education, social service agencies, and others who have a stake in employment and training issues. The WWDC regularly assesses Wyoming’s employment needs, advises the Governor on setting performance goals and priorities to improve the workforce development system and helps leaders to shape workforce development policy at the local level. The WWDC has been empowered by the WIOA and the Governor to promote, fund, and oversee Sector Strategies and Career Pathways and Apprenticeships for the State of Wyoming.