Lynn Bajorek has over 15 years of experience supporting continuous improvement across all levels of the public workforce system. As a Senior Consultant with Maher & Maher, Lynn leads and supports a variety of projects with the United States Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA) and states and local areas to support effective WIOA implementation. Lynn’s most recent work includes development of training and resources for effective programmatic monitoring, high impact Workforce Boards, integrated business services and sector strategies, as well as consultant support for strategic planning and project implementation. Lynn also works closely with two of USDOL/ETA’s Regional Offices to plan technical assistance and training designed to help states and local areas in those regions implement innovative workforce solutions.
As a Policy Specialist with the Michigan Works! Association, Lynn worked with both the State Workforce Agency and local areas in Michigan to develop compliant and innovative policy designed to drive strong outcomes for business and job seeker customers. As a Federal Project Officer with the USDOL/ETA in both Regions 4 and 5, Lynn worked with State and local system grantees to improve performance outcomes through effective service design and delivery. Lynn’s work at the ETA Regions included involvement in a collaborative project to identify indicators of local level integration for the development of a regional assessment tool; and substantial work on the development of the ETA Core Monitoring Guide, which assesses grantee effectiveness through key indicators around governance, policy, case management and placement.
Lynn has an MPA from the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota and a BA from James Madison College at Michigan State University.
Lynn’s office and residence are located in East Lansing, Michigan.