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About AIWP

The Association of Iowa Workforce Partners is a statewide organization of workforce development partners that provide specialized workforce services to Iowans, including hard-to-place, at-risk, low-income adults, low-income youth, and dislocated and unemployed individuals. The mission of AIWP is to advance the quality and availability of workforce services in Iowa through education, advocacy, and professional development. AIWP members efficiently serve both jobseekers and employers through a regional system, matching Iowans with training and skills to meet the unique needs of local employers.



Alana Tweet, Sioux City,  Western Iowa Technical College

Alicia Frieze, Council Bluffs,  Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce

Carla Andorf, Cedar Rapids,  Kirkwood Community College

Cheryl Johnson, Des Moines,  Children & Families of Iowa

Chris Hannan, Waterloo,  Hawkeye Community College

Heather Garcia, Des Moines,  Central, East Central, Northeast,
and Northwest Iowa Local Workforce Devleopment Boards

Jen Erdmann, Ottumwa,  Indian Hills Community College

Jodi Spargur-Tate, Des Moines,  Children & Families of Iowa

Kayla Dunn, Ottumwa,  Ottumwa Job Corps Center

Kendra Schaapveld, Davenport,  IowaWORKS Davenport (Equus)

Larry Johnson, Creston,  MATURA Action Corp

Melinda McGregor, Mason City,  North Iowa Area Community College

Miranda Swafford, West Burlington,  Mississippi Valley Workforce Area

Patty Mendoza, Marshalltown,  Iowa Valley Community College

Shawn Fick, Sioux City,  Goodwill of the Great Plains

Teresa Larson-White, Fort Dodge,  Children & Families of Iowa


AIWP is staffed by State Public Policy Group, Inc. To contact: 
Bri Steirer
Program Manager
2910 Westown Pkwy, Ste. 302
West Des Moines, Iowa 50266

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