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September 13, 2023

Mills nominates ReVision Energy VP to lead State Workforce Board

Gov. Janet Mills has nominated Vaughan Woodruff, vice president of workforce development for ReVision Energy, to serve as chairman of the State Workforce Board.

Woodruff would succeed Guy Langevin, chief administrative officer of Dead River Co., who has chaired the 36-member group since 2019. It was formerly known as the State Workforce Investment Board.

Under Langevin's leadership, the governor's office said, the SWB has emerged as a leader in ensuring that Maine’s workforce development system helps the state's people and businesses compete successfully in the global economy.

Courtesy / Maine Department of Labor
Vaughan Woodruff would succeed Guy Langevin, chief administrative officer of Dead River Co., who has served as the chair since 2019.

Woodruff, who has been a member of the board for two years, serves on the Western Mountains Committee of the Maine Community Foundation and the Electrical Technologies Advisory Committee at Kennebec Valley Community College.

“The State Workforce Board plays a critical role in our efforts to drive economic growth, address workforce challenges and create a strong, sustainable, and diverse economy,” Mills said. “Vaughan Woodruff is a well-respected business leader with an extensive background in workforce development. His experience and skills will be an important asset as we strive to reach those goals. I look forward to working with him in the years ahead.”

Mills' nomination of Woodruff requires approval by the Maine Legislature.

About the nominee 

Woodruff joined ReVision Energy in 2021 as ReVision Energy’s training center director. In 2023, he was promoted to the role of vice president of workforce development. He oversees the company’s long-term strategic vision for training and talent development.

The seventh-generation Maine native was raised in Pittsfield. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine and a master’s from Prescott College in Arizona.

Prior to joining ReVision Energy, he was the CEO and founder of Insource Renewables. 

“I am honored that Gov. Mills has nominated me to serve the people of Maine, and I look forward to working to address the pressing needs of Maine’s workforce,” said Woodruff.

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