Local Unions

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Displaying Results for County: Orange

Office Address

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

Staff
SECRETARY
RHODE MORALES-LITTLEFIELD

Office Address

5122 Edgewater Drive Suite 100
ORLANDO, FL 32804
Main Phone:
(407) 270-4743
Officers
PRESIDENT
RONALD POLLARD
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
ANTHONY SMYROCK
 
SECRETARY-TREASURER
YOLANDA ANDERSON

Staff
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
TEMIKA HAMPTON
 
SECRETARY
RHODE MORALES-LITTLEFIELD

Office Address

1020 WEBSTER AVENUE
ORLANDO, FL 32804
Main Phone:
(407) 298-0756
Alt Phone:
(800) 940-6338
Officers
PRESIDENT
WENDY DOROMAL
 
VICE-PRESIDENT
PHYLLIS MILLS
 
SECRETARY
DAWN ZIMMERMAN
 
TREASURER
MICHAEL MARZANO

Staff
DIRECTOR (FIELD STAFF REPRESENTATIVE)
CHRISTINA PHILLIPS
 
RECEPTIONIST
BRITTANY MACEY DUMONJIC
 
OFFICE MANAGER
EDIE SHEEHAN
 
FIELD STAFF REPRESENTATIVE
MARIBEL RIGSBY

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