Local Unions

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Displaying Results for County: Hillsborough

Office Address

3102 N HABANA AVENUE
TAMPA, FL 33607
http://www.hillsboroughcta.org
Main Phone:
(813) 238-7902
Alt Phone:
(352) 597-1090
Officers
PRESIDENT
ROBERT KRIETE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
LEO HAGGERTY
 
SECRETARY-TREASURER
BRITTNI WEGMANN

Staff
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
STEPHANIE BAXTER-JENKINS
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
LINDSEY BLANKENBAKER
 
BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT
JOHN DANET
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
RACHELLE FRIERSON-BROWN
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
TARA GONZALEZ
 
SECRETARY
SHERRY GUNN
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
VINCENT JONES
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
MILISSA KELLER
 
SECRETARY (Membership)
LISA LOPEZ
 
RECEPTIONIST
XIOMARA MARTINEZ
 
SECRETARY
PATTI MERRITT
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
ERIN MORGAN
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
CHARLES PEACOCK
 
COMPTROLLER
TAMICA THOMAS SIMPSON
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
PAMELA JUFKO

Office Address

213 S ADAMS ST
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301
Main Phone:
(888) 807-8007
Alt Phone:
(850) 201-2800

Staff
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
STEPHANIE BAXTER-JENKINS
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
LINDSEY BLANKENBAKER
 
BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT
JOHN DANET
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
RACHELLE FRIERSON-BROWN
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
TARA GONZALEZ
 
SECRETARY
SHERRY GUNN
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
VINCENT JONES
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
PAMELA JUFKO
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
MILISSA KELLER
 
SECRETARY (Membership)
LISA LOPEZ
 
RECEPTIONIST
XIOMARA MARTINEZ
 
SECRETARY
PATTI MERRITT
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
ERIN MORGAN
 
SPECIALIST (Member Benefits)
CHARLES PEACOCK
 
COMPTROLLER
TAMICA THOMAS SIMPSON

Office Address

5126 N. FLORIDA AVE
TAMPA, FL 33603
http://www.HSEFOnline.org
Main Phone:
(813) 231-2030
Officers
PRESIDENT
IRAN ALICEA
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
STEPHANIE MACNEEL
 
TREASURER
TONY DIAZ
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Student Nutrition)
HENRY LAM-KUO
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Security)
FRANK MADERA
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Custodial)
VICTOR MORENO
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Transportation)
SHERENE TOLBERT
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (West)
HECTOR VILLAFANE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (East)
CHERYLE PEREZ
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Custodial)
ALEXANDER GARCIA
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Student Nutrition)
MARTHA PIZARRO

Staff
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT(Organizer)
STEPHANIE GUTIERREZ
 
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Membership)
JACKIE MCCOLISTER
 
BUSINESS AGENT
LOUIS ORIHUELA
 
ORGANIZER
SUSAN STEINHAUSEN

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