Orlando, Fla., February 24, 2020 --- CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) has named a new Director of Public Policy and Alliances, Clifford Marvin who is a senior leader and strategist with more than 15 years of multi-industry success driving high-impact partnership strategies and community engagement. In this new role, Marvin will be responsible for leading CSCF’s multi-stakeholders network across five counties to positively impact the community on workforce development issues and help shape the local legislative public policy and revenue strategies.
“We are delighted to have Cliff on board. He has not only the expertise but the right personality to work with our valued partners in helping CareerSource Central Florida inspire people, transform businesses and elevate community,” said CSCF Chief Operating Officer Mimi Coenen. “Cliff’s role is a vital component of our strategy to build stronger and deeper relationships that elevate workforce issues impacting our community and shape how we support career seekers and businesses.”
Marvin brings in a wealth of knowledge in securing revenue for organizations and partners through a consultative advocacy approach to identify new opportunities and open communication for partnerships. Prior joining CSCF, he served for over a decade with Walt Disney World where he utilized his leadership and business development acumen to create revenue growth through effective sales and marketing strategies.
Marvin also helped lead and champion partnership efforts for audience and community participation at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Permorming Arts in Downtown Orlando where he grew revenue streams of $13.9M. He also served as director of business development for CMAC and as national sales manager for Mohegan Sun.
“I am thrilled to be part of the CSCF family in building and managing relationships with policy leadership in the workforce arena. CSCF has a unique position in the community that brings all sectors together and create lasting impact and value. I am excited to contribute to the organization’s efforts to workforce development for economic impact and value creation,” said Marvin.
Marvin holds a Master of Arts in Theater Directing with Honors from Villanova University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Central Connecticut State University.
Marvin is currently working on the 4R Foundation Capital Campaign Committee and is an advocate of The Lifeboat Project. He also served as a board member of the Downtown Orlando Partnership. He lives with his wife and two children in Winter Garden.
About CareerSource Central Florida
CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) is Florida’s second largest regional workforce board that is state and federally funded with an annual operating budget of $30.5 million. CSCF provides comprehensives services to connect career seekers and local businesses at no cost. Services include screening and hiring talent; employee training and education; and no cost skills training and education programs. CSCF provides services at five Career Centers located in Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Sumter counties. The administration office is located in Downtown Orlando. For more information, visit CareerSourceCentralFlorida.com.
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