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UniServ Representative: Jeff Wood (WEA)
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Associate Staff: Jo Wood (WEA) 
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Soundview Council President: Filma Fontanilla (CPEA)
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Soundview WEA Board Director:  Mary Moser (CPEA)

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 2022-2023 Council Officers

 

President Filma Fontanilla (CPEA)
Vice-President #1 Deb Hansen (CPEA)
Vice-President #2 Mary Hilton (SCEA)
Treasurer Irene Oda (ESPCP)
Secretary Sarah Nainby (CPEA)
Race & Equity Rep Yolanda Haskins ((ESPCP)
Member At Large #2 Melody Vinson (UPOP)

 

Committee Leads

 

Political Action Chairs: Heather Yuckert (SEA) & Shondea Chapman (Bates PTE)

ACT Rep Mary Hilton (SCEA)

ACT Rep Shondea Chapman (Bates PTE)

Equity Team: Sarah Nainby (CPEA) & Yolanda Haskins (ESPCP)

Pierce County Central Labor Council: Jeff Wood (WEA Staff) 

Pierce County Central Labor Council: Bobby deGrouchy (CPEA)
Pierce County Central Labor Council: Amanda Lackey (UPEA)
Pierce County Central Labor Council: Jim Schell (CPEA) 

 

Honoring the Space

 

We begin by acknowledging that through a history of colonization and brutality, we currently reside on and are connecting with a traditional land steward by generations of indigenous people.

 

We honor these indigenous people, all elders, past, present, and emerging. We’re called to learn and share these learnings about this tribal history, culture, and contributions that have been suppressed in the telling of the story of what we now I’ll call the United States of America.

 

Discover which indigenous people's land you reside on using the Native Land Digital site.  As the Native Land Digital states "Land is something sacred to all of us, whether we consciously appreciate it or not — it is the space upon which we play, live, eat, find love, and experience life. The land is ever-changing and ever-shifting, giving us — and other creatures and beings on the earth — an infinite number of gifts and lessons." https://native-land.ca/