Goodwill NCT promotes Williams to Senior Director, Workforce Development


Goodwill North Central Texas announced Nov. 18 that Renaldo Williams has been promoted to Senior Director, Workforce Development for the nonprofit.

In his new position, Williams will oversee the daily management and operations of Goodwill’s North Texas Institute for Career Development as well as workforce development programs including VetWorthy, E-Squared and the Opportunity Accelerator. Williams will oversee departmental budgeting and manage 40 staff members to ensure all goals and performance standards are met for these mission services.

“Renaldo is a dynamic leader who has grown not only our staff, but also our programs,” said Romney Guy, Vice President of Workforce Development for Goodwill North Central Texas. “His leadership has helped increase our ability to serve clients and we are so excited to see where this next chapter takes him and our programs.”

Williams most recently served Goodwill North Central Texas as Director, Workforce Development, and previously as Supervisor, Career Centers. He also previously served Goodwill Industries of Dallas as Manager of the GoodGuides Mentor Program. A native of New Orleans, La., Williams earned a B.A. in Sociology from the University of New Orleans in 1993. In 2015, he earned a M.B.A. from Ashford University. He also serves as a board member of Winfree Academy Charter Schools and as a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

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Goodwill North Central Texas has also announced Marvin Richburg has been hired as Director, Safety & Asset Protection for the nonprofit.

Marvin Richburg

In his new role, Richburg will develop, institute, and manage programs and procedures that assist in the protection and safety of the agency, its personnel and assets. He will also develop programs and procedures that assist in the prevention of merchandise loss and the protection of all assets within Goodwill North Central Texas operations.

“Marvin’s friendly, engaging and outgoing personality make him a perfect choice for this position,” said Liz Butler, Vice President of Human Resources for Goodwill North Central Texas. “With an abundance of safety and loss prevention experience with major retailers, coupled with his experience in the US Army, we know he’ll be a true asset to our team.”

Prior to joining Goodwill North Central Texas, Richburg worked in safety and loss prevention for Lowe’s Home Improvement and Sam’s Club for more than 20 years. A United States Army veteran, Richburg served in Aviation and Logistics for 12 years. Richburg earned his Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2012. He is also a Federal Aviation Administration certified commercial rotary wing pilot.