Executive Committee Officer Elections

The International Federation of Professional and 
Technical Engineers Local 21, AFL‑CIO
Executive Committee Officer Elections

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the election, please contact the Election Committee.

The Election Committee consists of the following Local 21 members: Carletta Starks, Election Chair, Tedman Lee, Al Lujan, Adam Down, Ken Feliciano, and Rosie Scott. Election Committee Members Bios.


Notice of Election 

Election Committee Guidelines

Election Calendar

Final List of Candidates

Announcement of Nominating Committee Candidates

Executive Committee Resolution for Chapter Meetings

  • Key Dates

o   May 20: Election of Union Officer Election Committee

o   July 27: EC Appoints Nominating Committee

o   August 11: Notice of Election

o   September 5: Deadline for Nominations to Nominating Committee (now closed)

o   October 10: Deadline for Nomination Petitions (now closed)

o   October 10: Cutoff for Member Eligibility (now closed)

o   November 9: Date of Election

o   November 30: Deadline for Ballots

o   December 1: Vote Count

 


Nomination Process

1)        Nomination by Local 21’s Nominating Committee is now closed.

2)        Member’s Petition for Candidacy for Office is now closed.

 


Executive Committee Candidates

President

  • Gus Vallejo
  • Dean Coate

Executive Vice President

  •  Sue Guest

Vice President for San Francisco

  • Rinaldi Wibowo
  • Danielle Harris
  • Jo Elias Jackson

Vice President for the East Bay

  • Cheryl Penick
  • Maurica Epperson

Vice President for Oakland

  • Anthony Reese
  • Renee Sykes

Vice President for the South Bay

  •  Ananth Prasad

Vice President for Membership & Organization

  • Peter Luong
  • David Herring

Vice President for Legislative and Political Action

  • Larry Griffin

Vice President At-Large

  • Eileen Housteau

Secretary

  • Gloria Lucas Davis
  • Jenna Castro

Treasurer

  •  Moses Corrette

 

* In accordance with the Election Guidelines candidate names will appear on the ballot in the order they were drawn out of an envelope (we used random drawing rather than alphabetical order to determine placement).