Contact Information

 
SACRAMENTO FIELD OFFICE
8217 AUBURN BLVD
CITRUS HEIGHTS 95610
Main: (916) 725-1188
Toll-free: (800) 582-7314
Fax: (916) 725-3735

FIELD DIRECTOR
STANLEY BRANSGROVE
Ext: 7300
Direct: (916) 727-7300

SR LABOR REL REP
JEFF KIRBY
Ext: 7322
Direct: (916) 727-7322

ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
PAULA MCCLARIN
Ext: 7312
Direct: (916) 727-7312

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
TAMMY WINTHER
Ext: 7305
Direct: (916) 727-7305

Labor Representatives

 
KURT BENFIELD
Ext: 7311
Direct: (916) 727-7311  

NANCI EASTMAN
Ext: 7321
Direct: (916) 727-7321  

WILLIAM HALE
Ext: 7352
Direct: (916) 727-7352  

MOE KANG
Ext: 7333
Direct: (916) 727-7333  

THERESA MALSACK
Ext: 7323
Direct: (916) 727-7323  

CESAR MATA
Ext: 7315
Direct: (916) 727-7315  

LISA MCCLELLAND
Ext: 7316
Direct: (916) 725-7316  

JOAN NEVAREZ
Ext: 7357
Direct: (916) 727-7357  

JEFFREY OTTER
Ext: 7359
Direct: (916) 725-7359  

SKYLER PORRAS
Ext: 7317
Direct: (916) 727-7317  

MAURICIO VIDES
Ext: 7313
Direct: (916) 727-7313  

ERIC YERKES
Ext: 7354
Direct: (916) 727-7354  

Sacramento

Sacramento Field Office 2019/2020 Trainings

Emergency Assistance Forms:

 

Click here for Emergency Assistance Application

Click here for Emergency Relief Automatic Deposit

Click here for Evacuation Questionnaire 

If you need emergency assistance, please fill out the required forms above and submit them to:  CSEA, Attn:  Emergency Relief Program - 2045 Lundy Ave., San Jose, CA 95131 or fax to:  (408) 432-6249 or Email to humanitarian@csea.com.

(FORMS MUST BE SUBMITTED WITHIN 90 DAYS OF CATASTROPHIC EVENT)

CSEA News

Back to School

Back to School: CSEA members get schools ready for students

While many people think of summer as vacation time for schools, CSEA members across the state worked behind the scenes to prepare for the start of a new school year.
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Capitol

Deal reached in charter school reform legislation

Governor Newsom joined legislators and education advocates, including CSEA and labor coalition partners, to work out a deal that will increase accountability for California’s 1,300-plus charter schools.
Charter Schools

Charter Schools

The unregulated growth and lack of accountability of the state’s 1,300 publicly-funded, privately-managed charter schools threatens the success of public education.
Back to Work

Back to work, back to CSEA

As we start the new school year, don’t forget to reacquaint yourself with CSEA and all the rights and benefits you have as a union member.








CSEA Member Benefits CalPERS Computer Lab - September 24, 2019