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.
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.
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.