Contact Information

 
SANTA FE FIELD OFFICE
4600 SANTA ANITA AVE
EL MONTE 91731
Main: (626) 258-3300
Toll-free: (800) 988-6949
Fax: (626) 444-1373

FIELD DIRECTOR
SHAWANA GRACE
Ext: 3340
Direct: (626) 258-3340

SR LABOR REL REP
KENNY WILSON
Ext: 3344
Direct: (626) 258-3344

ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
VERONICA ARCIGA
Ext: 3352
Direct: (626) 258-3352

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
ERICA SUAREZ
Ext: 3355
Direct: (626) 258-3355

Labor Representatives

 
YVONNE BONILLA
Ext: 3346
Direct: (626) 258-3346  

ASTRID CAMPOS
Ext: 3354
Direct: (626) 258-3354  

MIA COLACION
Ext: 3345
Direct: (626) 258-3345  

BRITTNEY COLEMAN
Ext: 3351
Direct: (626) 258-3351  

ROBERT DEWITZ
Ext: 3334
Direct: (626) 258-3334  

MARGARITA ESPINOZA
Ext: 3348
Direct: (626) 258-3348  

BRITTANY JONES
Ext: 3357
Direct: (626) 258-3357  

HENG LIM
Ext: 3349
Direct: (626) 258-3349  

ANDREW RITCHIE
Ext: 3342
Direct: (626) 258-3342  

SAM SHERIDAN
Ext: 3341
Direct: (626) 258-3341  

MITCHELL STEWART
Ext: 3343
Direct: (626) 258-3343  

ANDY SUNDSTROM
Ext: 3353
Direct: (626) 258-3353  

EFFIE YANG
Ext: 3356
Direct: (626) 258-3356  

JOE ZACKLIN
Ext: 3359
Direct: (626) 258-3359  

Santa Fe

CSEA News

Schools & Communities First

Help our Schools and Communities

CSEA urges you to sign the petition to qualify the Schools and Communities First initiative for the November 2020 ballot. By closing tax loopholes on commercial property, this measure would restore $12 billion to California's schools and communities every year.
Election 2020

Primary Election March 3

CSEA is supporting a number of candidates in key races that will impact public education and classified employees in the 2020 Primary Election.
Governor Newsom

Governor Newsom releases 2020-21 budget proposal

Building on last year’s major commitments in education, Governor Newsom has proposed making additional investments in overall education funding as well as in several major educational initiatives benefiting classified employees.
Food Service Workers

Professional development for food service workers

Students across the state may soon be able to enjoy more fresh, nutritious food in school meals and food service workers may get access to new professional development opportunities.

District conference honors classified employees

Approximately 600 classified employees in Madera Unified came together for the district’s inaugural Classified Employee Conference, celebrating the theme “It Starts With Us.”

Chapter 500 hosts January’s Board Meeting

More than 700 square miles, 3,700 bargaining members and over 1,000 sites were represented by Los Angeles Chapter 500 who hosted the January 18 away board meeting.

CSEA sponsors citizenship workshop

CSEA is presenting a free workshop that covers the benefits of citizenship, who should apply, who should not apply and your rights when it comes to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Groundskeepers stop intruder

Three groundskeepers from Chapter 551 kept staff and students safe when a stranger wielding a knife attempted to come onto campus.

Chapter 252 fixes salary schedule

Unlike other bargaining units in the district, Chapter 252 members had to work for 30 years in a position to reach the top of their pay scale.

CSEA establishes new Region 88

During CSEA’s October Board Meeting, Region 88 was approved to include five chapters: Gilroy Chapter 69, Gavilan College Chapter 270, San Benito Chapter 173, Hollister Chapter 625 and San Benito COE Chapter 836.


The Santa Fe Field Office proudly announces a Campaign Challenge to get us to the finish line! For every member  who joins Victory Club or increases their contribution between June 1, 2019 and May 31, 2020, your name will be entered in a drawing for a $25.00 Gift Card! 

VICTORY CLUB RAFFLE WINNERS:

Diana Vasquez - Alhambra Chapter 295

Mayra Manzo - Lynwood Chapter 116

 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

 

 

2019 CalPERS Campaign