SEATTLE (Dec. 8, 2014) — The Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, the state’s largest union organization representing the interests of some 400,000 rank-and-file members across the state, announced on Monday the election winners who will be sworn in as WSLC officers in February 2015 to serve 4-year terms on the council’s Executive Board.
Per the WSLC Constitution, the officers who comprise the WSLC Executive Board are elected by affiliated members every four years. The elected officers are the President, the Secretary-Treasurer and the Vice Presidents, who represent various districts of the state and constituency groups. This board meets quarterly and establishes the WSLC’s policies and programs in between annual conventions.
As determined by the Tellers’ Report completed last Thursday, the following were elected to serve as WSLC officers: (* denotes new officers)
David Myers *
Paul Parmley *
Asian-Pacific American Labor Alliance — Bob Hasegawa
Alliance for Retired Americans — Jackie Boschok *
Coalition Black Trade Unionists — Ted Thomas *
Coalition of Labor Union Women — Stephanie Lloyd-Agnew *
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement — Cariño Barragàn Talancón
Pride at Work — Lee Malinda
Washington Young Emerging Labor Leaders — Angela Marshall *