ED DONAHUE: Ed is currently Vice-President and CEO of NAJA. He retired from the USDOL in 2008 after 38 years of federal service, and is a consultant for financial matters and issues. Ed was involved with the development and administration of varied aspects of ETA’s grants management policy since the closeout of the CETA [Comprehensive Employment and Training Act] program. He had primary responsibility for the development of policy guidance on the WIA [Workforce Investment Act] program, the WIA administrative regulations, its financial reporting system as well as the resource sharing and cost allocation guidance for the WIA One-Stop system. He was responsible for the development and training on all financial and grants management requirements for all of ETA’s grant programs. In addition, he was responsible for the Audit Resolution and Closeout for all ETA grants and contracts while employed with DOL.
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ART CAMPBELL: Art negotiates and approves federal indirect rates and cost allocation plans for nonprofits and state/local government grantees in California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Montana, Hawaii, Utah, and Wyoming. For the past 30 years, he has served as an auditor or negotiator with the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the US Department of Commerce Office of Inspector General, the US Customs Service, and the USDOL. Art has an undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and a graduate degree from Seattle University. He is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
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THOMAS F. CITRO: M.A. Villanova University. Mr. Citro has over 20 years of experience as an administrator at the Delaware County office of Employment & Training in Upper Darby, PA, in the management of the contracts and accounts payable departments. Now as consultant, he has over 20 years prior experience in education, private industry and government Employment and Training programs.
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MACEY PRINCE SWINSON: Macey worked 34 years for the US Department of Labor as a Grants and Contracts professional and is a reporting expert who in the past has assisted the National Office of the Employment and Training Administration in writing reporting regulations, designing reporting formats and instructions and developing monitoring tools and policy. She monitored, provided technical assistance and policy guidance as well as trained DOL staff and grantees' staff in formal presentations and in one-on-one sessions regarding all aspects of DOL Administrative and Financial Management.
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HEDDY YEP: Heddy is a retired commercial banker. In addition to her active role in managing her family, she served on the board of KVIE- public television, the SCC Foundation for Los Rios College District, Spectrum Community Services and also served as a commissioner for the State of California, Notary Commission. She has been a volunteer at NAJA for the past 28 years. Her talent and passion for education enriches NAJA.
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