Employers 4 Change Joins Cenfluence in Learning Sciences & Human Performance Cluster
Isabella Johnston, CEO & Founder shared "Cenfluence brings expanded resources and support to businesses in the region and Employers 4 Change is excited to work within our Cluster and the other Cluster Teams to continue our growth trajectory."
Cenfluence takes the approach of understanding and leveraging existing regional strengths. Through partnerships with academia, industry, nonprofits and local government, the effort builds additional support and capacity, allowing economic growth and expansion.
"We are thrilled to work with Employers 4 Change as a Cluster Member in this initiative and our Cluster Team will provide direct support services and collaboration opportunities across the region," said Paul Sohl, CEO of the Florida High Tech Corridor Council.
ABOUT EMPLOYERS 4 CHANGE
Employers 4 Change [E4C] was founded in 2018 by Isabella Johnston, a serial entrepreneur with 20+ years of experience in development of leadership, mentorship, training, and learning of adult learners. Johnston's industry experience includes higher education, multidimensional learning, 21st Century Skill, and leadership development.
The E4C software platform solves critical HR issues for employers that increases diversity, equity, inclusion [DEI] recruitment, assessment and 21st Century Skill documentation making the workplace diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
E4C Academy uses Neuro Science Multi-dimensional Learning courses when and where needed to provide job fit and employee skill growth. Our learning modules are streamlined to provide skills using neuroscience multidimensional learning methodology.
Contact: Isabella Johnston, Founder & CEO
ABOUT CENFLUENCE - https://floridahightech.com/
Cenfluence is a first of its kind strategic effort funded by Orange County and a critical component of the County's broader economic stimulus strategy. The innovative initiative will help companies leverage local resources, create jobs, strengthen the workforce and build regional capacity in key industries. The cluster initiative is led by the Florida High Tech Corridor, a high-tech economic development initiative of the University of Florida, University of Central Florida and the University of South Florida in 23-counties.
Contact: Jack Henkel