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Elizabeth Creamer

Elizabeth Creamer is Vice President for Workforce Development and Credential Attainment, Community College Workforce Alliance (CCWA). CCWA is a partnership of Reynolds and John Tyler Community Colleges. In her role, Creamer drives workforce training and credentialing programs that align with high demand occupations in Central Virginia. Creamer leads CCWA teams dedicated to industry sector strategies and occupational training for job seekers and incumbent workers.

Previously, Elizabeth served as the Advisor for Workforce Development in Governor Terence R. McAuliffe's administration. She was also Director of Education and Workforce Development in Governor Bob McDonnell's administration. Additional experience includes: Assistant Vice Chancellor of Career Pathways and Workforce Development Programs for the Virginia Community College System; and academic administration positions at Thomas Nelson and Paul D. Camp Community Colleges.

Creamer is a member of the Board of Directors for ChamberRVA, the Workforce Development Boards for the Capital and Crater Regions, and the Activation Council of Virginia's Bio+Tech Park. She has served on the National Career Pathways Network Board, the Southern Region Education Board's Career and Technical Education Commission, and the Virginia Board of Workforce Development. Elizabeth holds a B.A. from Christopher Newport University and a M.A. from Old Dominion University.