gloriaORANGE, CA, March 7, 2018:  The Orange County Labor Federation (OCLF) is pleased to introduce Gloria Alvarado as the OCLF’s new interim executive director. Gloria brings a unique balance of mission focus, analytical depth, and steadiness to OCLF. “I am grateful to the board and delegates for the opportunity to lead this exceptional organization, which is not only transforming the lives of working people in Orange County, but also building worker power through union organizing, political education and leadership training programs that give working people a voice to improve their lives.”


If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Kathia Canlas at 714.385.1534 or email at kathia@oclabor.org. About the OCLF – The Orange County Labor Federation represents more than ninety local unions from every sector of the labor movement with a membership of more than 200,000 working men and women. The Orange County Labor Federation strives to better the lives of all workers. Chartered in 1929 by the AFL-CIO, the Federation is the official regional body that brings together unions from different sectors to fight for decent wages, safe working conditions PDF
  • Diana Corral
    Posted at 11:16h, 08 March Reply

    Im so happy to see and hear this! Not only because Gloria is a great organizer, leader and overall cares for the OC but she is a WOMAN OF COLOR! Great news for today International Women’s Day! ✊👏

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