Submitted by Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council

Cheryl B. Fambles, CEO of Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council (PacMtn) joined the Board of Trustees of the Capital Medical Center (CMC) effective February 1, 2018.   In her role she will help oversee and advise the hospital administratio

Cheryl Fambles
Cheryl Fambles will elp oversee and advise the hospital administration to ensure hospital and medical staff can continue to provide quality medical care to meet the healthcare needs of the regional community. Photo courtesy: Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council

n to ensure hospital and medical staff can continue to provide quality medical care to meet the healthcare needs of the regional community.

Cheryl has served as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PacMtn since 2012.  Her master’s degree is in public administration from City University of New York and she is a graduate of the Senior Executives in Local Government Program JFK School of Public Service at Harvard.  Cheryl is a passionate and engaged member of the regional community.  She is a knowledgeable advocate for rural communities and cares deeply about the issues of poverty and inequity.  She understands the redemptive power of work and quality employment and its relationship to family, community and economic health.  “We know Cheryl’s expertise in workforce development and community engagement will be value add for the work of CMC”, says Duane Evans, PacMtn’s Board Chair.

About Us: The Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council (PacMtn) and its Board of Directors are responsible for workforce development in the five county area of: Grays Harbor, Lewis, Pacific, Thurston and Mason Counties. Pacific Mountain has created a pipeline of skilled and talented worked that are prepared to meet the needs of local employers.

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