Workforce Program Manager, National Fluid Power Association
Haley Nemeth joins NFPA as a Workforce Program Manager. She is originally from Central Wisconsin, and an alumna of UW-Madison and Marquette University. Prior to joining NFPA, Haley worked at the Zilber Family Foundation as the organization’s Grants and Learning Associate, and completed a term of AmeriCorps service at College Forward in Austin, TX.
In 2020, she moved to Milwaukee to pursue an MA in Educational Policy and Leadership at Marquette University while completing the Trinity Fellows Program — a 21-month graduate fellowship designed for individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to leadership and service and are passionate about issues of social and economic justice. In her new role with NFPA, she is excited to continue promoting access to fulfilling postsecondary opportunities and building relationships with members of partner organizations. Haley officially joined the NFPA team on September 27th.
As a Workforce Program Manager, Haley will manage the Robotics Challenge and Fluid Power scholarship programs, oversee the implementation and maintenance of the Fast Track Hub in Michigan, and engage Michigan-based members in the Michigan Workforce Engagement Group.
In her free time, you might find Haley reading a book at a local coffee shop, playing board games with friends and family, or taking a walk along Lake Michigan.
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