J.C. Maxie

J.C. Maxie

Greater Seattle Sector Skills Academy, Class of 2016, Economic Opportunities Program

Assistant Center Manager, Seattle Goodwill Job Training & Education, Seattle, Washington

J.C. Maxie is currently the Assistant Center Manager for Seattle Goodwill’s Job Training and Education Center. Seattle Goodwill creates opportunities through free job training and education. Goodwill offers job training and education programs to people in the community, which includes help with case management and employment services, all completely free.

Seattle Goodwill operates nine job training Centers in Western Washington. Last year, 11,500 students were educated and 1,918 new jobs were earned with a $15,040 increase in annual income. The job training centers provide Adult Basic Education courses, including math, English, ESL, basic computers and Microsoft Office, vocation training in areas such as warehouse logistics and construction, and maritime and aerospace programs for youth.

Before joining Goodwill, J.C. worked as an investigator for the Seattle Office for Civil Rights and as an account manager with Fortune 500 companies IBM and Xerox. J.C. also spent several years in the banking industry with both Bank of America and KeyBank. Most recently, he was the Manager for KeyBank’s Online Banking Contact Center, which served over one million customers. He received his Bachelors of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Seattle University.

J.C. Maxie is a member of the Greater Seattle Sector Skills Academy Class of 2016, one of several Workforce Leadership Academies in localities across North America.

The Workforce Leadership Academies are part of the Economic Opportunity Fellows Network, a network of leadership and fellowship programs run by the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program. Within this Network, EOP connects national and local leaders from across sectors — nonprofit, government, business, philanthropy, academia, and more — to advance policies and practices with the potential to help low- and moderate-income Americans thrive in today’s economy. Learn more at as.pn/eofn.