Staff representatives

Amanda Hacker

Amanda

360-556-6150
800-544-WPEA
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Amanda represents Department of Natural Resources statewide and all DNR members working in Olympia, Enumclaw, Forks, Sequim, and Sedro-Woolley.

Amanda represents members at Kitsap Regional Library, and at Grays Harbor, Highline, and Olympic communty colleges.

 

Lane Hatfield

425-697-0390
877-901-WPEA
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Lane is the statewide representative for all members at the Washington State Patrol. She also represents Department of Revenue members working in the Bellingham office.

Lane represents members at Bellevue, Edmonds, and Skagit Valley colleges.

Heather Kafton

Heather Kafton360-972-0149
866-955-WPEA
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Heather represents all members at the Center for Childhood Deafness and Hearing Loss (formerly WSD), and the Washington State School for the Blind. She also represents Department of Natural Resources members in the Pacific Cascades region and Department of Revenue members in the Vancouver office.

Heather represents members at Fort Vancouver Regional Library as well as at Clark College.

John Littel

John Littel509-480-2590
877-734-WPEA
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John represents Washington Military Department members statewide. He also represents all Department of Natural Resources members in the Northeast and Southeast regions as well as Department of Revenue members working in Eastern Washington.

John represents members at Columbia Basin College and at Walla Walla Community College.

Steve Sloniker

Steve

888-329-WPEA
360-943-1121 x118
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Steve is the statewide representative for all members at the Department of Agriculture and at the Liquor Control Board. He also represents members at Pierce, Wenatchee Valley and Yakima Valley colleges.

Anna Vosk

Anna Vosk425-772-2830
888-959-WPEA
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Anna is the statewide representative for the Department of Revenue and represents DOR members in King, Jefferson, Pierce, and Thurston counties.

Anna is also the statewide representative for the Department of Licensing. She represents members at Cascadia and Tacoma community colleges.

 

News links

THE STAND
Labor news and links from WSLC

Nearly half of the middle-manager class in state government got raises last year
The Olympian, 10/26/2014

Agreement reached that keeps state worker share of health premium at 15 percent
The Olympian, 9/23/2014

State worker pay drought over? State employee union deal offers raises of 3%, 1.8%
The Olympian, 9/18/2014

Supreme Court Ruling on Union Fees Is a Limited Blow to Labor
The New York Times, 6/30/2014

 

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