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Dean Hubbard

Director, Labor Program

Sierra Club

HQ Phone:  (415) 977-5500

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Email: d***@***.org

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Sierra Club

85 Second Street

San Francisco, California,94105

United States

Company Description

The Sierra Club is America's largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization, with more than 2.4 million members and supporters. In addition to helping people from all backgrounds explore nature and our outdoor heritage, the Sierra Club work...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate General Counsel and Senior Supervising Attorney

Transport Workers Union


Of Counsel

Gorlick Kravitz & Listhaus P.C


Adjunct Professor

Murphy Labor Institute, CUNY Grad. Center, School of Professional Studies


Director and Founder

Institute for Policy Alternatives at Sarah Lawrence College


Joanne Woodward Chair In Public Policy and Advocacy

Sarah Lawrence College


Affiliations

NLG Labor Committee

Member


Trade Union Freedom of Association

Member of the International Tribunal


National Lawyers Guild

Senior Counsel


Middle Church Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir

Founding Member


American Bar Association

Member of the Labor and Employment Law Committee


National Employment Lawyers Association

Member


CWA Local 1180

Other Member


The Tribunal

Member


Institute for Policy Alternatives

Founder


Day Labor Organizing Project

Founder


Eisner & Associates P.C

Founder


Education

B.A.

Hampshire College


J.D.

Northeastern University


Web References(80 Total References)


Labor & Employment Committee of National Lawyers Guild

nlg-laboremploy-comm.org [cached]

Dean Hubbard is the Chair of the National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee.
In that capacity, he conceived and has coordinated the committees annual research delegations to Cuba since their inception in 2000. He has also organized L&E solidarity delegations to Bolivia, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, and has represented the Guild at international gatherings of progressive lawyers in Geneva and Paris. He is the Labor Director for the Sierra Club. Click here for a bit more information. He is the Vice-President of the World Organization for the Right of the People to Health Care, a transnational network of labor and community advocates for universal public health care. Previously, Dean was Of Counsel to the union-side labor law firm Gorlick, Kravitz & Listhaus, and before then was Senior Counsel to the Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO. From 2002-2008, he held the Joanne Woodward Chair in Public Policy and was the founding Director of the Institute for Policy Alternatives (IPA) at Sarah Lawrence College. As Director of the IPA, Dean initiated a day labor organizing project supporting the struggles of Westchester County day laborers for human rights and dignity, a Katrina Recovery Project advocating for a just rebuilding of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, and a public health project in the Dominican Republic. He also taught graduate international labor rights and public policy courses at CUNY's Murphy Labor Institute. From 1993-2002, he was a founding partner of Eisner & Hubbard, a prominent New York City firm advocating for workers rights in all aspects of labor and employment law. Dean has been fighting for workers as an attorney and organizer since 1982. As a scholar, he has written and taught on domestic and international impacts ofneoliberal policy,human rights as a discursive frame forsocial change organizing,the normative functions of and relationships between labor and employment law, and social policy and the arts. He is also a singer, actor, playwright and director. Dean obtained his J.D. from Northeastern University in 1987, and his B.A. from Hampshire College in 1982.


"Just Transition" - Just What Is It? | Labor Network for Sustainability

www.labor4sustainability.org [cached]

Dean Hubbard, Labor and Economic Justice Program Director of the Sierra Club, notes that the SC's largest campaign is Beyond Coal, and that it also has oil and gas initiatives that are part of its "Our Wild America" campaign.
"Just transition language is used in all of those campaigns." According to Hubbard, there are two important parts of just transition.


American Energy Coalition - Environmentalists, Unions Seek to Fix Gas Leaks

www.americanenergycoalition.com [cached]

Dean Hubbard, the Sierra Club's labor director, says they're working with the AFL/CIO and other unions to identify priorities at the state and national level.
"We are really focused on urban distribution pipelines especially because of public safety concerns," Hubbard said.


About our Labor and Economic Justice Program | Sierra Club

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Contact: Dean Hubbard, Labor Program Director


Staff | Sierra Club

sierraclub.org [cached]

Dean Hubbard is Director of the Labor and Economic Justice Program at the Sierra Club, the nation's largest and most influential grass roots environmental organization.
The Labor and Economic Justice Program is helping to build an economically and racially just clean energy economy, working with partners such as the BlueGreen Alliance, individual unions, emerging workers' organizations and worker centers, front line communities, and labor and community organizing and research organizations. Dean is a lifelong advocate, organizer, educator and artist for workplace, environmental and racial justice. As Senior Counsel for Strategic Research at the Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO (2008-2012), he was responsible for strategic campaigns, legal advocacy and research on policy matters worldwide, including the union's "Workers' Rights are Human Rights" and climate justice campaigns. He was the Joanne Woodward Chair in Public Policy and Advocacy at Sarah Lawrence College from 2002-2008, where he established the Institute for Policy Alternatives (IPA). The IPA integrated campaigning, organizing and research for the human rights of marginalized communities, including immigrant workers and Katrina survivors. He co-founded the progressive workers' rights law firm Eisner & Hubbard, P.C. (1993-2002), and was Of Counsel to the firm Gorlick, Kravitz & Listhaus (2012-2013). As an attorney, he provided strategic legal, campaign and organizing advice to progressive unions, benefit funds and community organizations. Dean is the longtime Chair of the National Lawyers Guild Labor and Employment Committee. He has published articles in numerous journals, has been featured in national media, is an accomplished teacher, and has organized and led investigations, tribunals and delegations on labor and human rights issues worldwide.


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