Professional Development Conference Speaker: Joanne Lee

Joanne Lee

The ICSEW will be publishing biographies and session descriptions of our Professional Development Conference presenters in the weeks leading up to the Aug. 27 conference. To register, please visit EventBrite.

Presentation: Leadership Development Core Values

Values “are the principles that give our lives meaning and allow us to persevere through adversity,” according to psychologist Barb Markway and Celia Ampel in The Self Confidence Workbook. If you are not sure about your core values, or if you would like to clarify which of your values are top priority, join us for this session.

Joanne Lee

Joanne Lee is a leadership development learning design and delivery professional for the Washington State Department of Enterprise Services. She has over 20 years of experience working in various workforce development roles. She also has experience in developing, supporting, maintaining, and expanding professional technical education partnerships to meet industry needs with customized training programs.

Joanne has worked with diverse adult learners, providing training and support from one-on-one consultation to large-scale workshops, seminars, and training for various workforce populations.

Joanne recently served as a director of workforce readiness diversity and inclusion at Seattle Society for Human Resource Management for two years and as a speaker Manager at Association for Talent Development Puget Sound for one year. She currently serves as a board member for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve in Washington state. She also serves as a member of the education faculty of the Seattle Colleges and Bates Technical College.

Joanne received her Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management at the University of Phoenix. She received her Master of Arts degree in Instructional Technology and a Bachelor of Arts in Education from California State University, San Bernardino. In addition to her passion for building and maintaining relationships with community-based organizations, business, and industry, she also works to promote workforce and continuing education partnerships.