Ivy Tech Names Workforce Development Consultant

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Kyla Krieg, director of outreach and engagement for both the Princeton and Tell City Career and Technology Centers, has been named workforce development consultant for Ivy Tech’s Evansville campus. In this role, she is charged with building the college’s profile and serving as the workforce development liaison in the communities the college serves. Krieg will engage with community members, business, and local government to align courses with local workforce needs, to be offered at the Evansville Campus, as well as the Tell City and Princeton Centers.

She has been site manager and director of the Princeton site since 2014; and began in the same position at Tell City in 2017. Prior to that Krieg taught at Ivy Tech in Princeton and Evansville, Harrison College and Vincennes University’s Ft. Branch location. She also worked as a sales representative for Princeton Publishing for two years, and as a teacher and department director of Princeton Community High School for six years.

She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Butler University and a Master of Arts degree from Oakland City University.

Krieg is active in the community and is the current vice president and board member of the Gibson County Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Gibson County Economic Development Corp. board, member of the Perry County Chamber of Commerce board, the Perry County Learning Partnership, and is a board member of the Entrepreneurship and Technology Center of Pike County.

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