High-level Wisconsin DWD worker leaves
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A top administrator at the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has left her position, marking the agency’s third high-profile departure in less than a year.
DWD spokesman Dennis Spurlin said Friday that Allison Rozek is no longer the administrator of the Administrative Services Division. He says she left this week but he didn’t know whether she resigned or was fired.
Rozek was appointed in January. She’s been replaced on an interim basis by Deputy Administrator Brian Cox.
Rozek is the department’s second top official to leave this week. Secretary Scott Baumbach resigned Monday after being in the position just four months. His predecessor, Manny Perez, resigned in May after five months in the post.
A Facebook message to Rozek was not immediately returned Friday.