Employ Buffalo Niagara Appoints Two Workforce Development Managers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 26, 2018

Employ Buffalo Niagara Appoints Two Workforce Development Managers

Moyla Halimy and Caitlin Sutton will assist with employer-led workforce development initiative

BUFFALO, NY – The Buffalo Niagara Partnership announces that Employ Buffalo Niagara – a coalition of employers, community leaders, educators and service providers – has named Moyla Halimy and Caitlin Sutton as Workforce Development Managers. Halimy and Sutton will assist the coalition with efforts to strengthen the local job market and give employers better access to a greater number of qualified, diverse job candidates through employer-led workforce development. The Partnership created and oversees the efforts of the Employ Buffalo Niagara coalition.

Prior to joining Employ Buffalo Niagara, Halimy worked as a project coordinator in the Partnership’s economic development and government affairs offices. Before that, she interned in United States Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s office. Halimy earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Canisius College.

Sutton joins Employ Buffalo Niagara from Aspire of Western New York where she served as an employment specialist. Prior to that, she held positions as a teaching assistant and certified nursing assistant for organizations in New York and Pennsylvania, including the Department of Veteran Affairs Pittsburgh campus. Sutton earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Daemen College.

ABOUT Employ Buffalo Niagara
Employ Buffalo Niagara represents a coalition of partners from business, government, philanthropic and non-profit organizations working together to create a workforce development system that is better aligned with employer job opportunities.

ABOUT THE BUFFALO NIAGARA PARTNERSHIP
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is the region’s private sector economic development organization and regional chamber of commerce, representing nearly a quarter of a million employees in the Buffalo Niagara region. The Partnership’s work has three main focuses: advocacy, business development and convening. By mobilizing members and strategic partners around common goals, the Partnership grows private investment and jobs in Buffalo Niagara.


For Press Inquiries, Please Contact Grant Loomis, Vice President, Government Affairs at gloomis@thepartnership.org or 716-541-1736