South Orange CCD Chapter 586

Executive Board

 
CHAPTER PRESIDENT
SCOTT GREENE

1ST VICE PRESIDENT
DEAN LEBEAU

2ND VICE PRESIDENT
NATHAN QUACH

CHAPTER SECRETARY
CATHERINE AYAD

CHAPTER TREASURER
ALAN CHERRY

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
KAREN JIMENEZ

CHAPTER WEBMASTER (appointed)
NATHAN QUACH

CHAPTER WEBMASTER (appointed)
VALERIE SENIOR

CHAPTER WEBMASTER (appointed)
JANICE MASTRANGELO

Union Contacts


AREA H

AREA DIRECTOR
BILL HAGAR

REGION 49

REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
RONDA WALEN

FIELD OFFICE
ORANGE
326 W KATELLA AVE #E
ORANGE  92867
(800) 564-9979

FIELD DIRECTOR
TIARA COX

LABOR RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVE
MATTHEW PHUTISATAYAKUL

Employer(s) / District(s)


SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMM COLL

 

Negotation Updates

Updated: June 13, 2018

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Next Monthly Chapter Meeting

Irvine Valley College — Performing Arts Center

CSEA Annual Holiday Party/Chapter Meeting

Thursday, December 13, 2018 | 12:30 pm

Chapter 586 Bulletin: Being proactive about your safety

There have been twenty-two (22) school shootings in America since the beginning of 2018. Your CSEA leadership is concerned about your safety and continues to work with the District and the respective college administrations to implement more measures to ensure the security and welfare of all employees and students of this district.

In light of the reality we are facing, we encourage classified staff to take the lead in the effort to protect themselves and their area. Someone in your department (perhaps yourself) needs to be designated to create a safety plan specifically for your work area and establish a safety plan that will ensure survival. As recommended, keep the safety plan for your area basic and simple. By working with and through your dean, director or manager, plans created and in place during an incident of an active shooter can increase the percentages of survival and greatly reduce the chances of serious injury or fatalities. If you would like assistance in your work area in creating a safety plan,  President Scott Ferguson Greene will be happy to assist in the process in collaboration with the campus police.

CSEA News

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Camp Fire: Members with big hearts help in time of need

This past year was a devastating year for wildfires. Most recently, the Camp Fire killed scores of people and destroyed hundreds of homes. Like many in their community, CSEA members helped save lives, evacuated fire victims, and stayed behind to help until the last possible minute.

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Have a Heart

Disaster Assistance available for members affected by fires

CSEA members who have been impacted by wildfires and other natural disasters can apply for up to $1,000 in emergency assistance.
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CSEA and the community

CSEA members are known for being active in the community. In many ways, that's what being a CSEA member is all about.