Margaret Butler has a combined 16-year tenure in public service, youth training, education programs and workforce development. With Job Corps and Department of Human Resources, Margaret has done the groundwork in career transitions as well as assisting families of absent parents. Margaret currently oversees enrollment and placement services within Job Corps. Margaret has developed in-depth training to assist staff in retaining the Policy Requirements Handbook and Department of Labor policies pertaining to Admissions and Career Transitions. Margaret has developed strong SOP’s leading to increased Outcome Measurement System Performance. Margaret has managed contracts with Career Education Services Company, Alutiiq Education and Training, while currently serving as Director of Career Transitions and Admissions services within the Job Corps community.
Margaret has partnered with programs such as WIOA, Ready to Work, AIDT, One-Stop centers, as well as local high schools, community colleges and churches to ensure Job Corps’ program success in Admissions and Career Transitions.
Before her tenure with Job Corps, Margaret pursued enforcement of court-ordered child support obligations in accordance with all Federal, State, and County Laws rules and policies. Margaret worked with prosecuting attorney’s in the collection of necessary data in preparation of cases for negotiation and litigation to assist families of absent parents. Margaret made frequent court appearances to report record keeping data, promoting settlements. Margaret has continuously worked to resolve over 900 client petitions at any given time.
Margaret holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Auburn University, Auburn, AL, and a MS in Public Administration from Strayer University. Margaret currently resides in Birmingham, AL, with her husband and two children.