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NTEU Delegates Elect Tony Reardon!!
Posted On: Aug 14, 2015
For the first time in the history of NTEU, a national president is elected without having worked as a federal employee. During the 55th NTEU National Convention, delegates looked at Tony Reardon's 25+ year history with NTEU as a staff member and rewarded him with the position of National President.
Tony Reardon received over 89% of the votes cast. Although this is a precedent in the history of NTEU as a union, chapter leaders are very hopeful that Tony Reardon will provide the leadership required of the second largest federal union. Most importantly, delegates urged NTEU to have as a priority several initiatives:
More diversity in NTEU staff positions.
Leadership programs to help NTEU leaders rise to the national level.
Tony Reardon will have four years to make good on his pledge to delegates to focus the direction of NTEU. I, as a chapter president, will spend a lot of time making sure that progress does take place.
Paul Sumbi, Chapter President
(Click HERE for more information on Tony Reardon's election)