About Rolanda Klapatch

Rolanda Klapatch has 33 years experience in the field of Employment and Training and Organizational Development. Rolanda Klapatch established Partners for Performance along with Brian Warren twenty years ago. PPI now successfully has a presence in 38 states.

Rolanda has extensive leadership and management experience in many areas in both the public and private sectors: economic development, quality initiatives, employment and training and labor.

Rolanda has been trained in the Human Element model under the late Dr. Will Schutz and is currently practicing as a Master Human Element Trainer.

She has worked as Commissioner for the Maine Department of Labor in addition to directing numerous non-profit organizations. Rolanda has held high level management positions for organizations ranging in size from 30 to 700 personnel. She has implemented programs for Maine government ranging from municipal to state levels, increasing the quality and levels of communications, improving customer service, and further developing the organizations. Rolanda has also served on the Maine Quality Management Council.

She is an experienced trainer and facilitator with over ten years experience as a policy facilitator with the Council of Governors’ Policy Advisors (an arm of the National Governors’ Association).

She attended Queens College, Cambridge University in England, and graduated cum laude from the University of Wisconsin.

Rolanda has pioneered the customer service concept in Maine's non-profit sector. Her experience includes over 3,500 hours of direct training experience in organizational development, communications, and negotiations.

She also served for four years as a Commissioner on the Maine Human Rights Commission. She is known for her dynamic training style and wit. With 32 years experience in the field of Employment and Training and Organizational Development, Rolanda has extensive leadership and management experience in many areas in both the public and private sectors: economic development, quality initiatives, employment and training and labor.

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