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Executive Vice President

Service Employees International Union

HQ Phone:  (717) 657-7677

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Service Employees International Union

2589 Interstate Drive

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,17110

United States

Company Description

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is 2 million working people and 50,000 retirees united to improve services and our communities throughout North America. SEIU's history began at Local 1in the early 1900s when a group of janitors working on th...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Vice President

Service Employees International Union


Vice President

SEIU


Affiliations

Union Network International

Steering Committee Member and Executive Board Member


UNI

Steering Committee Member of Property Service Section


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SEIU - Service Employees International Union

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Valarie Long, International Executive Vice President
Valarie Long is an International Executive Vice President of the Service Employees International Union. She leads the Property Services Division which represents more than 375,000 janitors, security officers, airport workers, food service, light manufacturing, laundry and maintenance workers throughout North America. She also oversees Leaders in Action for Justice -- SEIU's leadership development program for member leaders, officers and local union staff. Long brings more than 30 years of organizing and leadership development experience to her role. From organizing her own worksite to being one of the pioneers in the model of organizing citywide master agreements to win better wages, benefits, working conditions and full-time hours for a largely Latino, immigrant and subcontracted workforce as part of the Justice for Janitors campaign, she understands the importance of working people standing together to win. Long has contributed to the union's joining the national effort to address pay inequality, family and medical leave, and workplace violence against women. Her first job as an organizer with SEIU was in what was called the "clerical division. She helped office workers find their voice and unite in SEIU through District 925's organizing effort at the University of Cincinnati. She was one of 100 women arrested for demonstrating on Capitol Hill in September 2013 to help keep families together and win commonsense immigration reform. Long has built global worker solidarity and power for property services workers around the globe in her capacity as a steering committee member and executive board member of Union Network International. UNI is a global union federation that represents more than 1 million workers in 125 unions across 70 countries and holds global organizing agreements with several multinational companies including janitorial multinationals and the three largest security companies in the world. Long grew up in a pro-union household in the steel town of Lorain, Ohio: her father and grandfather worked at the steel mill and were active union members; her mother worked at the Ford Motor Co. plant and was a UAW member; her grandmother was an LPN. Long's first organizing experience -- as a single mother -- was organizing her worksite during a campaign led by the Communications Workers of America, where she went off the job and worked as an organizer in Columbus, Ohio, for a couple of years. She found her way to SEIU in 1986; hired as an organizer at the University of Cincinnati. Long enjoys spending her free time with her grandchildren and in her garden in Laurel, Md.


SEIU - Service Employees International Union

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Valarie LongValarie Long
SEIU - Service Employees International Union Valarie Long, International Executive Vice President Valarie Long is an International Executive Vice President of the Service Employees International Union. She leads the Property Services Division which represents more than 375,000 janitors, security officers, airport workers, food service, light manufacturing, laundry and maintenance workers throughout North America. She also oversees Leaders in Action for Justice -- SEIU's leadership development program for member leaders, officers and local union staff. Long brings more than 30 years of organizing and leadership development experience to her role. From organizing her own worksite to being one of the pioneers in the model of organizing citywide master agreements to win better wages, benefits, working conditions and full-time hours for a largely Latino, immigrant and subcontracted workforce as part of the Justice for Janitors campaign, she understands the importance of working people standing together to win. Long has contributed to the union's joining the national effort to address pay inequality, family and medical leave, and workplace violence against women. Her first job as an organizer with SEIU was in what was called the "clerical division. She helped office workers find their voice and unite in SEIU through District 925's organizing effort at the University of Cincinnati. She was one of 100 women arrested for demonstrating on Capitol Hill in September 2013 to help keep families together and win commonsense immigration reform. Long has built global worker solidarity and power for property services workers around the globe in her capacity as a steering committee member and executive board member of Union Network International. UNI is a global union federation that represents more than 1 million workers in 125 unions across 70 countries and holds global organizing agreements with several multinational companies including janitorial multinationals and the three largest security companies in the world. Long grew up in a pro-union household in the steel town of Lorain, Ohio: her father and grandfather worked at the steel mill and were active union members; her mother worked at the Ford Motor Co. plant and was a UAW member; her grandmother was an LPN. Long's first organizing experience -- as a single mother -- was organizing her worksite during a campaign led by the Communications Workers of America, where she went off the job and worked as an organizer in Columbus, Ohio, for a couple of years. She found her way to SEIU in 1986; hired as an organizer at the University of Cincinnati. Long enjoys spending her free time with her grandchildren and in her garden in Laurel, Md.


SEIU - Service Employees International Union

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By: Valarie Long, SEIU International Executive Vice President
By: Valarie Long, SEIU International Executive Vice President


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Ms. Valarie Long, International Executive Vice President, Service Employees International Union


www.seiu150.org

Valarie Long
Valarie Long A 28 year veteran of the labor movement, Long has a long-standing commitment to lifting the lives of low-wage service workers, especially in communities of color. As president of SEIU Local 82 (which later merged with SEIU 32BJ), Long led - and won - a 10-year fight to bring better wages and respect on the job for thousands of property service workers in Washington, D.C. as part of SEIU's Justice for Janitors campaign. Following her tenure at Local 82, Long served as Vice President of Local SEIU 32BJ, the largest property services union in the country.


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