Vice Presidents

The President, Secretary Treasurer, and Vice Presidents comprise the WSLC Executive Board, which establishes the WSLC’s policies and priorities between conventions. By Constitution, 20 Vice Presidents are elected by district. In addition, At-Large Vice Presidents represent any international union that pays per capita on 10,000 or more rank-and-file members, if that union is not already represented on the board. AFL-CIO affiliated constituency groups also have Vice Presidents appointed to represent their unique interests. All Vice Presidents serve 4-year terms.

FIRST DISTRICT

Todd Crosby, United Food and Commercial Workers (Seattle)
Nicole Grant, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Seattle)
Jon Holden, International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (Seattle)
John Scearcy, International Brotherhood of Teamsters (Tukwila)
Karen Strickland, AFT Washington (Seattle)

SECOND DISTRICT

Debbie Gath, International Brotherhood of Teamsters (Everett)
Mark Riker, Sheet Metal Workers/SMART (Everett)
Michele Stelovich, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees/WFSE (Bellingham)

THIRD DISTRICT

Bob Guenther, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Chehalis)
Steven Segall, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees/WFSE (Olympia)
Shannon Walker, International Association of Machinists (Vancouver)

FOURTH DISTRICT

Paul Parmley, International Brotherhood of Teamsters (Wenatchee)
Rigo Rivas, Laborers International Union of North America (Richland)
Eric Thrift, Laborers International Union of North America (Wenatchee)

FIFTH DISTRICT

Ted Cummings, United Steelworkers (Spokane)
Tina Morrison
, American Federation of Musicians (Spokane)
Jim Tieken, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (Spokane)

SIXTH DISTRICT

Vance Lelli, American Federation of Musicians (Tacoma)
Patty Rose, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Tacoma)
One vacant position pending appointment by the WSLC Executive Board

AT-LARGE VICE PRESIDENTS

Kim Mead, Washington Education Association
Daniel Peters, International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers
Anne Tan Piazza, Washington State Nurses Association

CONSTITUENCY GROUPS

Kevin Allen, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists
Michael Andrew, Pride at Work
Jackie Boschok, Alliance for Retired Americans
Ligaya Domingo, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance
Marcos Martinez, Worker Centers
Gabriel Prawl
, A. Philip Randolph Institute
José Rosado, Labor Council For Latin American Advancement
Jacquie Jones Walsh, Coalition of Labor Union Women
Shaunie Wheeler
, Washington Young Emerging Labor Leaders