Labor Activist Steve Healy Elected CSEA Western Region President
(AMHERST, NEW YORK) - The Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA), one of the most influential Labor Unions in New York State, has announced that its Members have elected a long-time Ontario County Labor Activist Steve Healy as their next Western Region President.
Healy was elected to a four-year term beginning March 1st (2020).
Most recently, Healy served as the Western Region 1st Vice President and has been the acting Ontario County Unit and Local President.
Healy started his employment with Ontario County in 1995, working as a Laborer in the Sustainability and Solid Waste Department.
Soon after, he was promoted several times to become a Motor Equipment Operator 4 in the same department where he is still presently employed.
For more than 25 years, Healy has been very active serving the CSEA Membership by holding several key leadership positions in many statewide, region, local and Unit Committees.
Healy has served on the CSEA Board of Directors as well as the statewide Appeals and Education Committees.
Presently, Healy is an Executive Board Member at both the Rochester Labor Council and the Finger Lakes Labor Council.
He is also a graduate of the prestigious 2015 CSEA LEAD program.
CSEA’s Western Region covers 14 Western New York counties, supporting Workers in more than 80 locals and 220 units in state government, local government, school districts, library systems, public authorities and the private sector.
The region has 46,000 Members.
There are more than 275,000 CSEA Members statewide.
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