Invited Government Speakers Federal Government Executive General Session
Friday, May 13 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Vicki Turetsky Commissioner Office of Child Support Enforcement
Vicki Turetsky is the Commissioner of the federal Office of Child Support Enforcement. As Commissioner, her priorities include implementing family centered strategies to support parental employment and involvement, modernizing federal and state technology to increase program efficiency, expanding the tribal child support program, and preparing for generational change in the child support program. She will relate the journey her agency is on as it celebrates two major anniversaries. In 2015, OCSE celebrated its 40th anniversary, while 2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the changes implemented by welfare reform legislation that heralded the modern era of child support enforcement.
Dr. David Weil Administrator Wage and Hour Division, Department of Labor
Dr. David Weil is an internationally recognized expert in public and labor market policy, regulatory performance, industrial and labor relations, and transparency policy. He has written five books, including The Fissured Workplace, in which he explores "why work became so bad for so many and what can be done about it." Dr. Weil proposes ways to modernize regulatory policies so that employers can meet their obligations to workers while allowing companies to maintain the beneficial aspects of today's business strategies.
Field of Study: Business Law/1.0 CPE credits/1.0 RCH