WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- In July 2018 President Trump signed an executive order establishing the National Council for the American Worker and the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board.
In February 2019, Ivanka Trump and Commerce Secretary announced the creation of the Advisory Board. Ivanka Trump said at the time, the Trump Administration wants all Americans “to have the skills and opportunity to secure good paying jobs and successfully navigate technological disruptions and the rapidly changing nature of work.”
Governor Kim Reynolds (R-IA) is one of 27 members of the Advisory Board.
Thursday, Reynolds said, "We went around the table, we talked about areas we felt we could contribute to the conversation. Again, it's about government, education, and the private sector coming together and looking for opportunities that we can meet the needs of business and industry, and continue to keep this economy growing."