Vickie ChoitzInterim Co-Director, Workforce Development Policy Expertise postsecondary education, workforce development, career pathways
Ms. Choitz is interim co-director of the Workforce Development team at CLASP. She focuses on state and federal policies that increase access to and success in workforce development and postsecondary education for low-income, lower-skilled adults. She provides technical assistance to state agencies on postsecondary, workforce, and career pathways policies and funding. Ms. Choitz also analyzes and advocates for federal and state workforce and postsecondary education policies that help low-income, lower-skilled adults access education, postsecondary credentials, and family-sustaining careers. Previously, Ms. Choitz was a senior policy analyst at Jobs for the Future and the State Policy Director for the Lifelong Learning Account (LiLA) program at the Council for Adult and Experimental Learning. She has undergraduate degrees in political science and secondary education from Kansas State University and a master's degree in public policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.