Workforce Matters Co-Directors
Loh-Sze Leung is the owner of Leung Consulting in Dallas, Texas. For nine years until 2014, she was executive director of SkillWorks: Partners for a Productive Workforce, a $30 million funder collaborative connecting Greater Boston residents to jobs and businesses to a skilled workforce. Currently, Loh-Sze is on the National Skills Coalition’s leadership council and tutors with Reading Partners in Dallas. In the past, she served on Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s Advisory Council on Refugees and Immigrants; the National Fund for Workforce Solutions’ Partners Council; and the board of the Brookline Community Foundation. After graduating from Harvard University with an AB in East Asian Studies, she earned an MPP in Community Economic Development from the UCLA School of Public Affairs.
Sarah Oldmixon is the owner of Austin, Texas-based Oldmixon Consulting. Sarah most recently served as Chief of Development and Strategic Growth for the National Skills Coalition. Prior to her time at NSC, she led the Greater Washington Workforce Development Collaborative at the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region - a National Fund for Workforce Solutions site - from 2008-2014. Sarah has also worked as a Senior Policy Analyst at the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and a David Fellow at the Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources. She served on the District of Columbia Workforce Investment Council from 2011-2015 and was a Peace Corps volunteer in Bangladesh. Sarah is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies and Master of Public Affairs from the LBJ School.