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Communications Committee

Committee Members

 
Chairperson
LAURA MOORE

Area B
NANCY MALCOLM

Area C
JOHN WISE

Area D
JANICE HUNT

Area H
LINDA ELLIOTT

Area I
KENNETH FRY

Area K
HILDA REYNOSO

Comm College Rep
CASON SMITH III

Coordinator
KAREN CHANDLER


Communications Award Winners 2018

Purpose Statement

In today’s era of social media and the 24-hour news cycle, it’s more important than ever to communicate effectively with our members, the education community and the public at large. The Communications Committee oversees CSEA’s official publications, websites and social media homes, and other communications projects, including an annual academy that develops skills in chapter communicators. The committee keeps current with emerging communication technologies and trends to best provide input on how CSEA sends effective messages to our members and the voting public.

CSEA News

Union Resurgence

Union Resurgence

A recent survey found that nearly half of Americans who do not currently belong to a union would join one if they could.
retirement

Are you thinking about retirement?

Regardless of your age, you should have a plan for your retirement. Even if you don't expect to retire for many years, it is never too early to begin planning for your retirement.
Gavin Newsom

Governor signs landmark charter school reform bill

Governor Gavin Newsom signed two landmark charter school bills, taking a major step forward in reforming California’s decades-old charter school laws.
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community

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.

Retirees give back to their communities

CSEA retirees are spreading holiday cheer by giving back to their communities.

Members Get Active

As a member-run union, CSEA relies on members to step forward and contribute new ideas and new energy.

Paradise rises from the ashes

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Paradise Classified Chapter 837 ratified their contract with a unanimous vote in support of the tentative agreement of a 6.5 percent raise.

Settlement diffuses tension with district

This time last year, Palmdale Chapter 296 filed an Unfair Labor Practice (ULP) charge when the school district unilaterally reduced the hours of 22 instructional assistants.