Zach Fields serves as Vice President of the Construction Education Foundation of Georgia leading the K12 Pipeline team putting shop classes back in schools and connecting young people to careers in construction. He leads a team supporting over 175 skilled trade programs in Georgia’s public schools with 18,000 students enrolled.
As a former high school teacher, Zach is driven by a passion to ensure that students are connected to opportunities before they leave high school. He coordinates CEFGA’s K12 Pipeline initiative with trade associations, individual employers, workforce organizations, GaDOE, and SkillsUSA to advance and elevate the craft training programs in the state. He has previously served on boards for the Georgia Association for Career and Technical Education (GACTE) and the Trade and Industrial Educators of GA (TIEGA). Zach is a member of the Roswell Rotary Club, youth football coach, average woodworker, proud husband and father of four.