CompTIA participates in APEC meeting in Detroit with focus on sustainable and inclusive economic growth

DETROIT, May 15, 2023 ~ This week, executives from CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry and workforce, are participating in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting taking place in Detroit. The delegation is led by Amy Kardel, senior vice president of strategic workforce relationships and co-chair of APEC's Human Resource Development Working Group.

Kardel stated that the goal of human resources development in APEC is to promote the well-being of all people and achieve sustainable and inclusive economic growth in all 21 member countries. To attain this goal, key areas such as labor mobility, qualifications recognition, digital literacy, global competencies and youth employment are being actively worked on by the working group.

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In addition to Kardel, Gordon Pelosse, senior vice president of employer engagement and alternate co-chair of the working group's Capacity Building Network is also representing CompTIA at the APEC meeting. Caleb Hunter, product manager at CompTIA will be participating in a webinar on digital literacy while Dr. Ann Marie Sastry, president, CEO and founder of Amesite and a member of CompTIA's workforce think tank will be speaking at the conference on "Role of Governments and Partnerships in Skills Training and Employment".

CompTIA serves an expansive audience ranging from senior-level technology professionals to students to career changers with training, education and professional certifications in more than 200 markets internationally including APEC member countries.
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