The Partnership ensures that the workforce needs of health care employers are met with local talent.

 To learn more about our work groups and priorities,  click here .

To learn more about our work groups and priorities, click here.

Our Mission

The East Bay Health Workforce Partnership (EBHWP) is an employer-led effort working closely with community and education leaders to meet the workforce needs of employers, expand opportunity for local residents, and strengthen the economic and social well-being of the East Bay.


I am proud to be part of this employer-led effort to integrate and align the region’s training and work-based learning programs to improve economic opportunity for East Bay residents.
— Bob Redlo, EBHWP

HOW WE WILL DO IT

  • INCREASE AND DIVERSIFY THE POOL OF QUALIFIED HEALTH WORKERS AND SECURE JOBS TO MEET REGIONAL DEMANDS. LEARN MORE →

  • INCREASE THE ALIGNMENT OF HEALTH CARE EDUCATION AND TRAINING WITH EMPLOYER NEEDS. LEARN MORE →

  • SYSTEMatiCALLY INCREASE WORK BASED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES FOR K-16 AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS STUDENTS. LEARN MORE →

  • BUILD A DATA-DRIVEN RATIONALE FOR CHANGING CURRENT SYSTEMS, INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT, AND SUSTAINING HEALTH CARE WORKFORCE INITIATIVES. LEARN MORE →

  • DEVELOP AND ADVOCATE FOR POLICY SOLUTIONS THAT ELIMINATE BARRIERS TO INCREASING WORKFORCE AND EDUCATION CAPACITY, INVESTMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY. LEARN MORE →


OUr STAFF

Bob Redlo

Interim Executive Director

bobredlo@gmail.com

 

Amelia Lopez, MPP

Public Health Institute

Program Manager

eastbayhwp@gmail.com

 

Kevin Barnett, DrPH, MCP

Public Health Institute

Consultant

kevinpb@pacbell.net

 

Jeff Oxendine, MBA, MPH

UC Berkeley, School of Public Health

Consultant

oxendine@berkeley.edu