Developing the Workforce for Information Technology in the Bay Area

Keynote Address Presentation Slides (February 7, 2001)

Moving From Crisis to Solution: National & Regional Perspectives on Developing the IT Workforce

Rosalind Hudnell
Intel Corporation

Rosalind Hudnell currently serves as the Public Affairs Manager for Intel's California sites. In this role, she oversees a staff handling community relations, government relations, charitable contributions, media outreach, employee volunteerism, education and workforce development activities. Ms. Hudnell has been with Intel for the past four years and most recently served as the community education program manager. In this role, Ms. Hudnell directed the start-up and implementation of the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network a program for underserved youth and communities. Active in the community, she is often sought out to speak on a variety of topics related to workforce development, community development and digital divide. Ms. Hudnell serves on the board of directors of the Urban League and the Workforce Investment Board. She is also on the national advisory committee for the Digital Divide Clearinghouse.

Index of Presentation Slides

The Speed of Change
Current Situation
The Workforce Gap is a Result of the Achievement Gap
Developing the IT Workforce
The Education Challenge
Creating the System: 21st Century Workforce Findings
Access is Only the Beginning
High Demand Skill Clusters
Keeping up with the Fast Technological Pace
Generating Awareness and Interest
The Strengths of the Bay Area
What We Can Do Today