Kimberly Lewis, CEO of Goodwill Industries of East Texas, will be featured on this week’s Tyler Chamber Radio Show. Goodwill focuses on two areas: offering the job training and vocational rehabilitation necessary for disabled or disadvantaged people to lead independent lives and collecting donations from the communities it serves to provide employment in the production and retail areas of Goodwill. The strength of the Vocational Services program of Goodwill Industries lies in the ability to train people to meet identified needs in the community. One of the greatest challenges facing the business world is finding qualified workers to fill jobs, particularly at the entry level. Yet while this shortage exists, people with disabilities and other barriers to employment remain unemployed. For more information, contact Administrative Offices and Employment Center at 903-593-8438 or online atwww.goodwilleasttexas.com .
Businesses on the show, which can be found at TylerPaper.com, include Henry Bell, of the Tyler Chamber of Commerce; Juan Martinez, owner of Martinez CPA; Gary Wellborn, owner of Wellborn Mechanical Services, Skip Ogle, candidate for Texas House of Representatives for District 6, also will be on the show.