Jason Kloth joined the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) in July 2015 and serves as executive director of the Central Indiana Workforce Development Initiative. The initiative is focused on creating a stronger alignment between the supply of skilled talent and demand from employers in Central Indiana.
Prior to joining CICP, Kloth led the City of Indianapolis Office of Education Innovation (OEI) as the deputy mayor of education under Mayor Greg Ballard. Before joining the Mayor’s office, Kloth held a variety of senior positions at Teach For America. He most recently served as the organization’s senior vice president of public affairs and as the founding executive director of Teach For America-Indianapolis. Kloth began his career teaching 6th grade in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, where his peers elected him Teacher of the Year.
Kloth serves on the boards of Early Learning Indiana, Teach For America-Indianapolis, Employ Indy and the United Negro College Fund. In addition, Kloth was selected to participate in the Pahara Aspen Fellowship program and is a member of the AEI National Leadership Network.
Kloth holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.