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Jack Golodner

President of the Department

AFL-CIO

HQ Phone:  (202) 637-5000

Email: j***@***.org

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AFL-CIO

815 16Th Street, Nw

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20006

United States

Company Description

The AFL-CIO is the federation of 56 autonomous national and international unions. Please note, the AFL-CIO is not involved in the internal affairs of its affiliated unions. We cannot respond to requests or questions concerning pensions, health care, grievances... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President Emeritus

DPE


Affiliations

Business Roundtable companies

The Springboard Project Member


World Intellectual Property Organization

U. S. Delegate


National Policy Association

Co-Chair of Committee


National Policy Association

Board Member


United Nations Association of the National Capital Area

Board Member


Education

BS degree

Cornell


Web References(37 Total References)


Jan. 19, 2001 Newsletter

www.speea.org [cached]

We are honored that our International President, Paul Almeida, has been chosen to replace retiring Jack Golodner as President of the AFL-CIO's Department for Professional Employees.


Newsletter - January 5, 2001

www.speea.org [cached]

* Executive Director Charles Bofferding reported: SPEEA has hired three new contract administrators, two in Puget Sound and one in Wichita ... SPEEA has been in contact with the Bon Marche about their advertising in the struck newspapers ... IFPTE President Paul Almeida will be replacing retiring Jack Golodner as President of the AFL-CIO's Department for Professional Employees (we wish Paul well, but now must find a replacement) ... Wichita's top management has expressed an earnest desire to make the upcoming negotiations a problem-solving event. (Wichita is now the most highly-organized site at Boeing.) It's great to see the enthusiasm among the new Council Reps in Wichita!


businessroundtable.org

Jack Golodner
President Emeritus, AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees Golodner was the founding CEO and President of the AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees, a coalition of unions that represents more than four million professional, technical and administrative support workers. He was a prominent participant in the establishment of the National Foundation for the Arts and Humanities and public broadcasting and the development of major reforms in domestic and international copyright law that address the issues raised by evolving digital technologies. His public service includes a Presidential appointment to the National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council and participation as a U. S. delegate in diplomatic meetings of the World Intellectual Property Organization. A member of the Board of the National Policy Association, Golodner was co-chair of its Committee on National Digital Economic Opportunity, which focused on policies that would foster workforce preparedness for the digital age.


Members | Business Roundtable

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Jack Golodner
President Emeritus, AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees Golodner was the founding CEO and President of the AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees, a coalition of unions that represents more than four million professional, technical and administrative support workers. He was a prominent participant in the establishment of the National Foundation for the Arts and Humanities and public broadcasting and the development of major reforms in domestic and international copyright law that address the issues raised by evolving digital technologies. His public service includes a Presidential appointment to the National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council and participation as a U. S. delegate in diplomatic meetings of the World Intellectual Property Organization. A member of the Board of the National Policy Association, Golodner was co-chair of its Committee on National Digital Economic Opportunity, which focused on policies that would foster workforce preparedness for the digital age.


AFM Co-Sponsors Arts Advocacy Day - International Musician

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Tribute was paid to Jack Golodner, Esq., former AFM member and founding director of the AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees.
Golodner played a pivotal role in the creation of the National Council on the Arts and was instrumental in the development of the Kennedy Center.


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