Curt Eysink serves as executive director for the Louisiana Workforce Commission. He was appointed to the position in July 2009 by Gov. Bobby Jindal.
Eysink joined LWC in March 2008 and most recently served as chief of staff and press secretary. In that role, he was responsible for the department’s performance improvement activities and communications activities. He also worked with all sections of the agency on the development and implementation of initiatives to improve workforce development in the state.
Prior to joining LWC, Eysink served as director of marketing for Louisiana Health Care Review, Inc., a Baton Rouge-based healthcare improvement and medical management company serving federal and state clients. As a member of the company’s leadership team, he was primarily responsible for all business development and communications.
His knowledge of state government includes tenure as city editor of The Advocate newspaper in Baton Rouge, with responsibility for local news coverage and the newspaper’s Washington, D.C. bureau as well as editing political and state government news reports. He is an LSU graduate.
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