Eimer promoted on NKY Workforce Investment Board

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Correy Eimer has been named associate director of Workforce Development of the Northern Kentucky Area Development District and director of the Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board. 

Correy Eimer, NKADD. Photo provided

NKADD is the home of the Northern Kentucky Workforce Investment Board, the largest of six different workforce development programs conducted by the agency. NKADD is one of 15 multi-county planning and development organizations that form a statewide network.

Since 2017, Eimer has served as operator of the Kentucky Career Center in Northern Kentucky, and as an employee of Brighton Center, where he worked in close partnership with the NKADD and Workforce Investment Board. 

Eimer has 22 years of experience in social services and public administration, working in various capacities, including foster care, mental health, social service administration, higher education administration and workforce development.  

Eimer holds a bachelor’s degree and two master’s degrees from West Virginia University. He resides in Walton with his wife, Erin, and their two children, Luke and Landry.

Eimer’s new roles come after Tara Johnson-Noem’s promotion from associate director to executive director of Workforce Development of the Northern Kentucky Area Development District (NKADD). 

As operator of the career center, Eimer convened 14 workforce development partners across the eight counties of Northern Kentucky to connect employers and job seekers, according to an announcement from NKADD. 

Campbell County Judge/Executive Steve Pendery said Eimer has been a strong contributor for the local workforce for years.

“His experience working with employers seeking talent, individuals seeking employment and partners serving our community will ensure the continuation of the great work currently being done by the Workforce Investment Board and contribute to the comprehensive vision for the future of the region,” Pendery said.

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