What's New at AFSCME 328
Are you interested in attending the Oregon AFL-CIO summer school? Classes will be held at the University of Oregon Campus in Eugene from July 29th-31st. (Please see the flyer for more details)
If you're interested in attending, please contact the Local 328 Education and Training chair (Marci Jo Carlton) at: Educationemail@example.com
Also, please save the date for the Oregon AFSCME leadership conference. The leadership conference will be held in Hood River on September 10th.
Download: OR AFLCIO LERC SS 2016 flyer.pdf
Greetings Brothers and Sisters of AFSCME Local 328,
It recently came to our attention that, due to an inadvertent error, the voting options listed for our Local 328 delegates to the AFSCME International Convention were incomplete. To remedy this problem, we are restarting the election with a corrected delegate list.
If you have already voted, please vote again as the previous election results are now invalid.
Voting will restart on Monday, May 16, at 8:00 a.m. and will close Friday, May 20, at 5:00 p.m. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
AFSCME Local 328 Elections Committee
Some of the candidates for AFSCME International Convention delegate have submitted statements. All candidates had the opportunity to submit statements, statements are limited to 250 words, statements are present in the order in which they were submitted.
I'm requesting that you select me as a representative at this year’s Intl AFSCME Convention,
I have been very active with our Local 328, Council 75 & (Council 28 members as well),
Have also helped put together the 1st Oregon AFSCME Women’s Committee conference
My experience is as follows,
- Executive Board member for 16.5 years:
- Executive Board member for 16.5 years:
- Current Chair of the Community Liaison & Good Welfare Committee
- Member At-Large
- Diversity Chair
Council 75 Activities:
- Current Chair of Oregon AFSCME Women's Committee
- Founding Member of the Women’s Committee
- Council 75 Trustee
Other Local 328 Activities:
- Organizing Labor Day picnic
- Unions for Kids Doernbecher Fundraiser Committee Member
- Coordinating Local 328’s Oregon Food Bank Volunteer Activities
- Lobbied State Officials in Salem
- Investigatory Steward for 16.5 years
- Attended 2010 International AFSCME Convention-Boston, MA
- Attended 4 Council 75 Conventions
- Attended 3 Oregon State AFL-CIO Convention
- VMO for the Local 328 and Council 75
A little about myself, I work as a Health Unit Coordinator in the DNCC on nights and have been at OHSU for 17.5 years (here in the DNCC)
Some of my Hobbies:
- Rock polishing
- Hiking / 5K walks
- Fishing /Clamming
- Spending time with family
My name is Michael Stewart and I am running to be a delegate to the International Convention to do the work the members of our local. The international convention is an opportunity for member leaders to determine the direction our union takes over the course of the next two years. I have, in partnership with other member leaders, been very active in submitting resolutions to the convention as well as supporting resolutions submitted by others that address issues facing workers and working families.
I have been a member leader serving in various capacities in Local 328 and Council 75. I was instrumental in initiating the intervention to improve the working conditions of our EVS workers and address the inappropriate and abusive behavior of EVS managers and supervisors. I have been our local’s political action committee chair and am currently the Chief Steward. I am Special Sector Vice President for our council and will bring this experience and work ethic in representing Local 328 at the International Convention and I ask for your vote. Thank you.
Hi, My name is Roxana Logsdon and I would like to be one of our union delegates to the National Convention.. I have been with OHSU for almost 8 years as well as an AFSCME member, I have just stated to learn about the great opportunities that our union offers and am becoming a more active member. I believe being your delegate is a great way to learn more of the process. I have been both a manager and associate in previous positions and believe this gives me a unique view and insight to both sides. Please vote for me, Roxana Logsdon
Two years ago I was elected to attend the AFSCME International Convention, in Chicago. The experience opened my eyes to the power of a strong union. I would like the opportunity to attend this year’s convention in Las Vegas. By participating in the events at the convention, I will get the chance to learn from other union members from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures. I will bring back the knowledge I’ll gained to our union at OHSU. My desire is for AFSMCE Local 328 to be a dynamic and active force for empowerment and change in the workplace. In addition, I would like to serve on the next bargaining team, to help increase our membership by educating our coworkers about the union difference, so we can be AFSCME-strong for our next contract negotiations. Attending the convention will enhance my skills to help me accomplish these goals. Please vote for Kelli Byrd. Thank you.
Members, I am running for one of the spots in the Delegation Convention, and I would appreciate that you would vote for me to attend this great opportunity to further my opinion in helping this union.
I have been with OHSU for over 17 years. I have been a union steward for the last several years, being more involved with the union to help me connect better with my fellow co-workers. To help them understand the value of the union contract and to empower them with knowledge and how best to utilize the contract on their issues they are currently dealing with.
I am also part of the AFSCME strong team, which would allow me to connect more with the members and to make this union, stronger and cohesive. I think it would be beneficial for me to go to this convention so I can be more knowledgeable on current procedures and information on this Delegation.
Please vote for me go to AFSCME 328 website. Log on to member’s assistant and vote for me please!
Brothers & Sisters of AFSCME Local 328,
I have been a steward for AFSCME Local 328 for about eight years and am now your chief steward. I have served in all levels of the steward program — investigatory, grievance, lead and chief steward. I find the work interesting, rewarding and challenging, which is why I’ve been a steward for so long and why I ran for the office of chief steward.
Getting involved in the steward program appealed to me as a way to help our members even the playing field when dealing with OHSU management — representing someone who was unjustly disciplined, fighting for someone to get to use the vacation days they have earned and everything in between. Advocating for my fellow workers has been very rewarding.
What I hadn’t counted on was how it would help me personally. Being a steward has increased my self-confidence, thus improving my ability to advocate for positive change both in and outside the workplace. My coworkers often come to me for help and advice about work issues; even my manager and supervisor approach me with policy and contract questions. This contributes to a sense of accomplishment that I would not have had without the training, camaraderie and advocacy that comes with being involved in our union’s steward program.
If this sounds good to you, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (971) 404-9699 with further questions or to sign up to become a steward. Our union needs you!
Michael Stewart, Chief Steward
AFSCME Local 328
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