October 19, 2021
Bevill State Community College is pleased to announce that Dean of Workforce Solutions and Economic Development, Al Moore, has been appointed to the Central Alabama Partnership for Training and Employment Board of Directors by Chairman of the Walker County Commission, Steve Miller.
Al Moore serves as the college-wide dean of the Division of Workforce Solutions and Economic Development of Bevill State Community College. Moore originally joined the College as Dean of Career Technical Education and Sumiton Campus in 2011. Prior to working at Bevill State, he was Employee Development Coordinator at Alabama Power, where he organized training and development. Moore has a combined 26+ years of experience in industry and public education, having also worked with Jefferson County Schools, Jefferson State Community College, and Alabama Public Television.
Moore has been recognized for his professional excellence in Birmingham Magazine as a Top Executive for the 2013 Wells Fargo best in Minority Business Award, the September 2013 edition of the Alabama Community College Association Journal, and an invitation to attend the first White House Forum on Economic Development.
He is actively engaged through his work with the Regional Workforce Councils and various chambers of commerce, including currently serving as a board member of The Chamber of Commerce of Walker County. Moore also serves as a current board member of the American Cancer Society of Central Alabama.
“I would like to congratulate Dean Moore on his appointment to the Central Alabama Partnership for Training and Employment Board of Directors. Bevill State Community College is fortunate to have someone of Dean Moore’s caliber to lead the Division of Workforce Solutions and Economic Development. His experience and knowledge make him such an asset to the College, and I know this will be true of this Board as well,” stated Dr. Joel Hagood, President of Bevill State Community College.
Moore holds a B.S. in Education from the University of Alabama at Birmingham; M.S. in Postsecondary Education from Troy University; and a joint Leadership Certificate with a focus in Public Policy in Education from the Education Policy Center at The University of Alabama and the John C. Stennis Institute of Government at Mississippi State University.
Central Alabama Partnership for Training and Employment (CAPTE) is a partnership of multiple organizations focused on providing employment assistance, training assistance, and job opportunities for job seekers of all ages, with emphasis on dislocated workers, youth who have dropped out of school, and adults who need additional training for gainful or better paying employment. CAPTE serves a six-county region that includes Blount, Chilton, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, and Walker Counties.
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