GENESEO, N.Y., June 14, 2023 — The Livingston County Board of Supervisors has appointed Kelly Greenway as the County’s Training and Professional Development Coordinator.
Greenway joins the County after more than 20 years spent as a teacher with Dansville Central Schools. She brings with her an extensive wealth of knowledge and expertise applicable to her new role.
In her new position, Greenway will take the lead in creating, implementing, monitoring, sourcing and facilitating County-wide workforce training, learning and professional development activities that align with the County’s strategic plan, and its human resources and administrative initiatives. The office of Training and Professional Development works to assist County employees in acquiring new skills, sharpening existing ones, and cultivating leadership qualities to better serve County residents.
“Kelly will make a great addition to our County team,” said County Administrator Ian M. Coyle. “Her years of experience as a dedicated educator and commitment to organizational and professional development make her an ideal fit for this role. She will enhance and strengthen our training initiatives and play a pivotal role in enriching the skills and knowledge of our workforce, ultimately enhancing the services we provide to the community.”
Greenway holds a dual certification in Elementary and Special Education, with a master’s degree in Advanced Teaching from SUNY Geneseo. With her extensive educational background, she is well-equipped to design and deliver impactful training programs for Livingston County employees. Greenway said she aims to foster a culture of continuous learning and growth.
“I see my new role as a support system that helps employees continue to learn, grow, and improve,” she explained. “I want to be a resource for employees; a person they can come to when they are looking to grow as a professional. I want to offer training and professional development that meets the needs of all employees so that each and every person feels valued in their position. I feel strongly that if people feel confident and valued in their profession, they will want to continue making Livingston County the best place to be.”
For more, visit the office of Training and Professional Development website at https://www.livingstoncounty.us/1479/Training-and-Professional-Development or call 585-243-7027.
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About Livingston County:
Founded in 1821, Livingston County, N.Y., is comprised of more than 61,000 residents in 17 towns located across 631 square miles of the Finger Lakes region.