THE TEAM

 
 
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patrick beal, chief executive officer

Patrick graduated from the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. He has directly overseen millions of dollars' worth of construction and demolition work as a result of his accreditation as a State of Michigan and Ohio Asbestos Abatement Supervisor, Licensed Residential Builder and Asbestos Abatement Trainer. In 2006, Patrick co-founded Beal Incorporated, a Michigan-based demolition contractor. Beal Incorporation has won several awards relating to fast growth, including being listed third in the INC 500 Fastest Growing Companies in America 2010 Edition. Not only does Patrick assure the success of Detroit Training Center as Chief Executive Officer, he instructs onsite at the training facility and also at correctional facilities. Last year, he was honored by Detroit Young Professionals for the Vanguard Awards and Detroit Training won the Motor City Match and NEIdeas awards.

 

leeanne ossieran, director of student affairs

LeeAnne has extensive experience in workforce development programs and has worked with various programs that support skill development and training for residents of Detroit and the surrounding area. Not only does LeeAnne assist with program implementation, she also meets with current and potential students to counsel and assist in their training endeavors. Whether it be an employment barrier or a returning citizen rejoining the workforce - she ensures that all student needs are met and understands the value of a potential program participant visiting the facility for the first time! Prior to joining the Detroit Training Center, LeeAnne was a Case Manager and Educational Coordinator for the Earn and Learn Program at ACCESS, where she provided initial career advising and educational counseling to program participants. LeeAnne is currently working on her B.S in Psychology and Special Education at Eastern Michigan University.

 
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don martin, welding program manager

With 48 years of welding experience, Don has learned that some of the most difficult to train students wind up being the most valuable employees. Don's passion is to match the trained worker with the most valuable job.

 
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naya, office manager

MarTrenaya has been a part of the DTC team for almost 2 years. With a strong and humble mind, she was able to grow in her career within the company with the help of Marcus, LeeAnne, and Patrick to whom she is grateful to. She started with the interest in Business Administration since working previous supervisor roles. She has plans on pursuing a degree in Accounting and Business. 

 
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chris dauer, cdl instructor

Chris has had his CDL-A license for 11 years and has experience over-the-road--regionally and locally. He has operated in 48 states, primarily in the Midwest, South, Southeast and Southwest--safely with no tickets or accidents. Equipment he has operated include tractor trailers, vans, refrigerated trailers, flatbeds, tankers, doubles, triples, multi-axle equipment, as well as heavy haul. Chris has also worked in safety and recruiting capacity for a former employer. Prior to obtaining his CDL-A, Chris was a corrections officer for the state of South Dakota for a year. He is also an honorary Eagle Scout.

 

Johnny Swift II, heavy equipment and OSHA 500 instructor

Born and raised in Detroit, Johnny is a second generation construction professional. His talents and expertise range from construction practices and applications to heavy equipment and safety. As a dues-paying member of Detroit Laborers Local 1191 and growing up on construction sites, Johnny has developed a unique view of the construction industry "from a workers perspective." He also places the utmost importance on not only "getting the job done," but creating a positive work environment and developing long lasting relationships between the employee and employer.

 

 

 
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sharita walker, data entry specialist

Sharita is pursuing a degree in Paralegal Studies. She's previously been employed in the medical field as a Medical Biller and Coder. She brings to DTC a variety of experience with over 10 years of reception skills and 2 years of office management in the Office of the Auditor General for the City of Detroit. Sharita feels that of all the skills she possesses, her data entry skills make her a great asset for Detroit Training Center.

 
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TALASHIA BOYKIN, data entry specialist

TaLashia has a diverse background which includes but not limited to hospitality, customer and public services, many years within the clerical arena, office management and real estate experience including property management. At Detroit Training Center TaLashia brings positive & creative energies, enthusiasm and professionalism. While her passion is “Helping Others”, such as (i.e. Mentoring Youth particularly girls throughout Southeast Michigan Region, Assisting in Youth Programs & Events, Assist Seniors in various ways (i.e. Obtaining Health Care, Transportation, Organizing Personal Matters)  she remains in the spirit of learning & achieving and push DTC students to do so as well, by showing them “Everyday is a Training Day”! TaLashia is determined to go beyond measures to assist in the success of each Detroit Training Center student. She is definitely an asset to the Detroit Training Center Team.