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Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland Selects New Lower Shore Workforce Alliance Director

Salisbury, MD- The Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland is pleased to announce Leslie Porter-Cabell as the new Lower Shore Workforce Alliance Director.

“Leslie brings a wealth of experience from regions ranging from New York City and Boston to DC and Philadelphia. Her thoughtful and comprehensive approach to partnership building between governmental, non-profit and private sector entities will be a significant asset as she applies that experience to the Lower Shore,” said Greg Padgham, Executive Director of the Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland.

Over the span of her 20-year career, Leslie has successfully developed programs that target youth and underrepresented populations, partnered with community institutions to advance education to career pipeline programs, and managed the administration of several major grant-funded projects. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies from Boston University and a certificate in Environmental Impact Statements.

Leslie joins the Lower Shore Workforce Alliance at a time when the organization is actively mapping out a diversification of services, including an expanded business services department focused on increased collaboration with private sector employers of the Lower Shore.

The Tri-County Council welcomes Leslie’s leadership to its workforce development division with the continued mission to provide training and employment services to the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland.