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George H. Nee

Vice Chairman

Rhode Island Convention Center

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Rhode Island Convention Center

One Sabin Street

Providence, Rhode Island,02903

United States

Company Description

The Rhode Island Convention Center (RICC) is one of New England's premier meeting and exhibition facilities. Located in the heart of downtown Providence, the RICC is within walking distance to restaurants, hotels, shops, art galleries, night clubs, museums a...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Institute for Labor Studies and Research


President of the Local Chapter

AFL-CIO


Business Development Manager

Ajilon LLC


President

Service Employees International Union


Affiliations

Grow Smart Rhode Island

Board Member


Building Futures

Council Member


Board's

Member of the Grow Smart Board of Directors


Blackboard Inc

Board of Trustees Member


ILSR

Board Of Trustees Member


The Occupational and Environmental Health Center of Rhode Island

Board Member


Providence Performing Arts Center

Board Member


Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation

Board Member


PPAC

Board of Trustees Member


United Way of Rhode Island Inc

Board Member


EDC

Board Member


Guillaume

Secretary-Treasurer


Beacon Mutual Insurance Company

Board Member


ImmersionStudio LLC

Council Member


St. Michael’s Catholic Church

Member


U.S. Senate

Secretary-Treasurer of the Rhode Island AFL-CIO On the AFL-CIO Endorsement


Human Resource Investment Council

Board Member


Providence Journal-Bulletin

State AFL-CIO Secretary Treasurer


Rhode Island AFL-CIO

President


Education

RI College


college degree

Rhode Island College.


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Board Members | Rhode Island Convention Center

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George Nee
Vice Chairman


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George H. Nee
President, Rhode Island AFL-CIO George Nee has been a leader of the RI labor movement for over 35 years and has served as the President of the Rhode Island AFL-CIO since 2009. George joined the Rhode Island AFL-CIO to serve as its executive director in 1983 and was elected secretary-treasurer in March 1991. Prior to his post at the AFL-CIO, he served as the full-time president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Local 76, from 1976 to 1983. As an organizer he was actively involved with the United Farm Workers from 1969 to 1972. George is a graduate of RI College. He is the chairman of the RI Advisory Council on Workers' Compensation and the Board of the Institute for Labor Studies. George serves on the Board of the RI Convention Center Authority, Providence Performing Arts Center, Human Resource Investment Council, United Way of Rhode Island and the RI Economic Development Corporation.


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Saying the nominess represent "key Rhode Island Industries," Chafee has selected Shannon Brawley, Dr. Nancy Carriuolo, Roland Fiore, Jason Kelly, and George Nee to get the much-maligned agency pointed in the right direction following last year's failed gamble on 38 Studios.
Saying the nominess represent "key Rhode Island Industries," Chafee has selected Shannon Brawley, Dr. Nancy Carriuolo, Roland Fiore, Jason Kelly, and George Nee to get the much-maligned agency pointed in the right direction following last year's failed gamble on 38 Studios. George H. Nee (reappointment) George Nee has been a leader of the Rhode Island labor movement for 35 years and currently serves as President of the Rhode Island AFL-CIO. Nee joined the AFL-CIO in 1983 as Executive Director, and was elected Secretary-Treasurer in 1991 before becoming President in 2009. Nee's dedication to organized labor and civil rights began when he was inspired to leave Boston College in 1969 to help organize the grape boycott for the United Farm Workers of America in Dorchester, Masscahusetts. He continued to work with the organization in California and New England, and the union sent him to Rhode Island in 1971 to coordinate a lettuce boycott. He went on to organize what eventually became Service Employees International Union Local 76 of which Nee served as President from 1976 to 1983. In his current role, George Nee is actively involved in economic development projects, serving on the Boards of the Rhode Island Convention Center Authority, Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC), and the Human Resource Investment Council. He is also Chairman of the Board of the Institute for Labor Studies and Research and an Executive Board member of The United Way of Rhode Island. Nee is a graduate of Rhode Island College (1990). Saying the nominess represent "key Rhode Island Industries," how does George Nee represent an industry? He represents the public unions that have been sucking the life out of government for decades by driving up taxes with their lavish labor contracts. The business sector has been leaving this state because of the high taxes.


Governor Carcieri Appoints Members to RIEDC Board of Directors | RIEDC

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Appointees serving a two-year term, to expire on February 1, 2012, include George Nee, president of the Rhode Island AFL-CIO; Dr. Tim Babineau, president and CEO of Rhode Island Hospital and The Miriam Hospital; and Dan Sullivan, Jr., president and CEO of Collette Vacations, Inc.
George Nee President, Rhode Island AFL-CIO George H. Nee was elected President of the Rhode Island AFL-CIO in September, 2009. Nee joined the AFL-CIO in 1983 to serve as Executive Director. He served as Secretary-Treasurer from March 1991 until September, 2009. Prior to his post at the AFL-0CIO, he served as the full time president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 76 from 1976 to 1983. As an organizer, he was actively involved with the United Farm Workers of America from 1969 to 1971. He is a graduate of Rhode Island College. Nee is a member of the RI Convention Center Authority; Code Commission for Occupational Safety and Health; Providence Performing Arts Center; Human Resource Investment Council; Chairman of the Workers' Compensation Advisory Council; Chairman of the Board of the Institute for Labor Studies and Research; and executive board member of the United Way of Rhode Island.


1st Congressional District: Veteran politician Cicilline, ex-marine Lynch find little common ground | David Cicilline for Congress

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So when Rhode Island AFL-CIO President George Nee made a joke during the federation's September convention asking if anyone knew the name of Cicilline's opponent, Lynch was not pleased.


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