MaryBe McMillan, Another First
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McMillan has served as Secretary-Treasurer of the federation since 2005. She has spearheaded the cause of getting national and international unions to invest in and organize the South. Before beginning her career in the labor movement, she worked with housekeepers trying to organize at North Carolina State University, and after receiving her PhD in sociology did public policy research for several progressive nonprofits. In 2004, she took a job at the AFL-CIO’s Union Community Fund, where she met Andrews – beginning a 12 year partnership fighting for working families in North Carolina.
IAM Machinist Members Caucus At The 60th North Carolina State AFL-CIO Convention Held At Atlantic Beach To Select The Representatives Who Will Serve On their Behalf As Vice Presidents On The State Federation’s Executive Board. The Machinist Are Entitled To Two (2) Seats. (above)
North Carolina’s Governor Roy Cooper addressed the Delegates in attendance at the 60th Convention of the N.C. State AFL-CIO and Awarded Retiring President James Andrews the Order Of The Long Leaf Pine THE STATE’S “HIGHEST HONOR”…For more than four (4) decades of service to the labor movement. (above)