Van Ton-Quinlivan

CEO, Futuro Health

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Van Ton-Quinlivan is a nationally recognized expert in workforce development and a catalyst for inclusive economic mobility through higher education. Formerly the executive vice chancellor of the California Community College System, Ton-Quinlivan is currently CEO of Futuro Health, whose nonprofit mission is to improve the health and wealth of communities by growing the largest network of allied health care workers in the nation.

She is an appointee of California Governor Gavin Newsom to the Health Workforce Education and Training Council and was named a White House Champion of Change by the Obama administration in recognition of her notable career in industry and education, and for her service as a community leader. Ton-Quinlivan serves on the boards of the National Skills Coalition, the National Student Clearinghouse, and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. She is an advisor to the Achieve Partners venture fund, Putting America Back to Work, and a member of the Apprenticeships for America Advisory Council.

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