• Plans
  • Proposal
  • Program design
  • One-stop certification
  • Facilitation
  • Review
  • Reports
  • Technical assistance
  • Writing
  • Improvement

David Shinder has more than three decades of experience in the field of workforce development. He launched his consulting practice in 1990 and has since concentrated on designing and implementing performance-driven programs at the state and local levels. The common thread in his work on behalf of organizations with vastly differing priorities is helping each provide the highest possible quality of services to its customers. David has assisted more than 150 organizations in developing and managing high-quality/high-results programs and services. With a client base including all major workforce stakeholders, he provides services focused on solutions to various challenges facing the workforce development delivery system and its key customers. David’s work in supporting the workforce system spans a wide range of areas, including, but not limited to: performance reviews, strategic planning, board and staff development, crafting policies, developing local plans, and preparing written responses to funding opportunities. Equally at home working with policy-makers and practitioners, David currently counts among his clients workforce development boards, career centers, community colleges, organized labor, for profit businesses, national non-profits and local community-based agencies, among others. Recent projects have included: development of regional and local workforce plans; evaluation of one-stop operations for quality certification; review of assessment processes to screen job seekers for employment in priority sectors; support for SlingShot initiatives focused on manufacturing and healthcare; development a multi-state project to increase use of registered apprenticeships; and design of innovative projects to link workforce system recruitment to the needs of union-represented businesses in the hospitality industry.


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