Greg Wilson leads the Workforce Development Technical Assistance Program at the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government. He assists state agencies, local workforce development boards, economic development organizations, chambers, and educational institutions with workforce development, economic development, and strategy projects. He focuses on data analysis, program implementation, meeting facilitation, decision support, and strategic planning.
Mr. Wilson served as the lead analyst and author of the Governor’s High Demand Career Initiative report, which detailed high-demand occupations and skills in key Georgia industries. He supported the state’s workforce system over a four year period to develop and implement a regional sector partnership strategy. He has taught workforce development at state, regional, and national conferences. He has a BA in political science and international affairs and a master’s in public administration, both from the University of Georgia.