Darnice Marsh from the Department of Labor coming to Speak at University Park March 13, 2024

Darnice Marsh from the Department of Labor coming to Speak at University Park March 13, 2024

February 6, 2024

Inside the Department of Labor: Validating both Labor and Management Stakeholders

Embracing a Collaborative Playbook


  • WHEN: Wednesday, March 13 | 3:00 p.m.
  • WHERE: 107 Business Building
  • This event has a maximum of sixty seats. Register now to reserve yours before they’re filled up:
  • This event is free and open to the public!



Labor-Management Partnership Coordinator, U.S. Department of Labor

Darnice Marsh serves as the Labor-Management Partnership Coordinator for the Office of Labor-Management Standards within the United States Department of Labor (DOL). In that role, she leads agency-wide efforts to foster and develop cooperative Labor-Management programs that promote the myriad benefits of collective bargaining relationships and demonstrate the economic benefits to all Americans that can be achieved when workers have a meaningful, equitable and consequential voice in the workplace. In addition, Ms. Marsh serves as an integral part of a team that conducts research on the effects labor unions and labor-management cooperation have on equity among American workers and families, along racial, ethnic, ability, economic, and other grounds. Ms. Marsh is an expert in building bridges, maintaining relationships, and building coalitions. Prior to joining the Department of Labor, she held both union and management positions within the public and private sectors of employment.


Learning outcomes for this event:

  1. Understand the White House task force on worker organizing and empowerment and the connection to the Labor-Management Partnership Program.
  2. Process an overview of the Labor-Management Partnership Program within the Department of Labor, Office of Labor-Management Standards.

  3. Absorb the power of partnership has been influential in labor-management collaboration and transforming workplaces across the country.


This event will be moderated by Arthur T. Matthews, J.D. (Teaching Professor, Labor and Employment Relations)

Darnice Marsh