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Amy Waldbillig to lead workforce development at Cincinnati State

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 8, 2015

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Amy Waldbillig to lead workforce development at Cincinnati State

Amy Waldbillig has been named Vice President for Workforce Development at Cincinnati State Technical 
and Community College.

She succeeds Dr. Dennis Ulrich, who retired.

Waldbillig had been the executive director of Butler Tech, the largest career technical school in the state 
of Ohio, serving more than 25,000 students and more than two dozen businesses annually.

In her role at Cincinnati State she will be responsible for the operation and direction of the college’s 
Workforce Development Center (WDC), which provides customized job training services to corporate, 
governmental and non-profit clients in addition to a select offering of open enrollment certificate courses 
available to the general public. The WDC maintains a base campus in Evendale and operates at 
Cincinnati State’s Middletown campus, and routinely cooperates with the college’s four academic 
divisions to offer programming online and at the Clifton and Harrison campuses.

Cincinnati State President O’dell M. Owens said Waldbillig is a proven executive who already knows 
Southeast Ohio’s business geography and understands the need to cultivate a highly-skilled workforce.

“The Workforce Development Center is a key part of Cincinnati State, and Cincinnati State is at the heart 
of Greater Cincinnati’s economy,” Dr. Owens said. “Amy has the tools to expand the WDC and help 
employers throughout the region meet their employment needs.”

Prior to her arrival at Butler Tech in 2005 – where she started as executive director of customized training 
and special projects – Waldbillig worked as Regional Vice President for Professional Transit Management 
and, from 1998-2002, as executive director and general manager of the Butler County Regional Transit 
Authority.

She earned her undergraduate degree at Miami University (Oxford, OH) and a Master’s in public 
administration from Penn State University.
 

ABOUT CINCINNATI STATE
Cincinnati State (www.cincinnatistate.edu) enrolls about 10,500 students and offers more than 130 
associate degree and certificate programs in business technologies, health and public safety, engineering 
technologies, humanities and sciences and information technologies. Cincinnati State has one of the 
most comprehensive co-op programs among two-year colleges in the U.S. 

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