September 16, 2020
8:00 am - 9:15 am
With COVID-19 speeding up elements of digital transformation and requirements for the workforce of the future, SEMI President and CEO Ajit Manocha welcomes you to join us as we explore the implications of current labor and workforce development trends for organizations and the broader electronics manufacturing and design supply chain. We will focus in on developing the workforce required to secure the semiconductor industry’s path to $1 Trillion, with data analysis of industry trends and a look at strategies and practices to action the insights.
Opening Remarks and SEMI Workforce Development Update
Microelectronics Industry Labor Statistics and Hiring Trends
Biography: Rob Sentz is the chief innovation officer at Emsi, where he leads in furthering Emsi’s vision through new and updated products for higher education, economic development, workforce planning, and human resources.
Prior to his current position, he served as Emsi’s vice president of marketing from 2006 to 2014, managing a staff of writers and designers in producing newsletters, articles, white papers, and other materials on a broad range of economic and labor market topics. Sentz is a Forbes contributor and has taught as an adjunct faculty member at NYU School of Professional Studies in New York City.
Strategies for Developing the Microelectronics Workforce of the Future
Biography: As Senior Vice President for Partnerships, Dawn Lang oversees partnership development driving enhanced value for CAEL's clients and stakeholder community in higher education, workforce development and corporate environments. She leads a dedicated team of professionals who deliver on CAEL's promise and value proposition, passionately supporting adult learners as they pursue education and career goals.
Lang's background includes over 20 years of sales, business development and marketing experience working with Fortune 500s to startups in life science, higher education, consumer packaged goods, technology and non-profits.
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