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  da Silva, Humberto Canada
financial union member
Union rep
  Dalager, Erica United States Public relations
  Danaher, Mathew United Kingdom Community organizer
 

Davies, Steve

United Kingdom Senior research fellow
 

Davis, John

Australia Radio producer
 

Dawodu, Smith Abiola

United Kingdom Security officer
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  de Courcey, Margaret Ireland Trade union tutor
 

Dehwe, Clementine

 

Zimbabwe

foundation union member

Started working for the General Agriculture and Plantation Workers Union in Zimbabwe in 1985, first as an organiser, and then national women's coordinator. Moved to Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions as health and safety training officer, and HIV/Aids project coordinator. Currently based in South Africa, working for the Global Unions network as HIV/Aids project coordinator.
  DelGiorno, Sue United States Union field coordinator
 

Dellevi, André-Roger

Canada Airline worker
  Deniz, Mehmet Baki
Turkey Student  
  Deschamps, Johanne Canada Union rep
 

Devlin, Brian

Australia Union educator
  Dias, Xavier India Formerly a trade union activist, with 40 unpaid years organising labour in India's most deadly mining areas. More recently a writer and researcher and Indigenous Homeland Rights Editor of Khan Kaneej aur ADHIKAR, a monthly newspaper on the social impact of the mineral industry.
Xavier DiasJMACC
 

Diaz, Christine

United States
financial union member
Flight attendant
 

Dikotsi, Ramakhera

South Africa Educator, union negotiator and shop steward
  Dodds, Randy United States Data management / President ex-officio
 

Doe, Jenny

United States NGO activist
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  Dolan, Michael United States Organizer
 

Dolby, Adrian

United Kingdom Student services assistant
  Domaszek, Rachel
United States Union rep
 

Donais, Blaine

Canada Union staff/mediator/consultant
 

Dondley, Stephen

United States Labor website developer
  Dougherty, Danny Australia Union official
  Dovey, Paul United Kingdom Project manager - union learning centres
  Dowds, Dan United States Retired fighter/paramedic
  Downey, Randall United States Medicare counselor/trainer  
  Dubro, Alec United States Writer
 

Duffy, Grant

New Zealand Partnership practice manager
  Duncan, Alastair New Zealand Union secretary
 

Dungan, Brian

United States
financial union member
Technical services
 

Dustin, Jeffrey

United States
Claims examiner
 

Dymny, Jerzy

Canada Political musician
  Dymond, Tim Australia Union researcher
 

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  Early, Steve United States Labor journalist
  Eaton, Adrienne United States Professor
  Eckard, Thad United States Machine operator
 

Edwards, Richard

United Kingdom Union organiser
  Eilken, Josh Australia Salesman
  Eisenscher, Michael United States Labor educator / organizer
 

Eldret, Lisa

Switzerland Global union federation organiser
 

Elliot, Elliot V.

Australia Seaman
 

Elliott, Graham

New Zealand Ticket collector
  Elliott, Warren United Kingdom Disclosure officer
 

Ellis, Lincoln

Canada Union organizer  
  Emami, Jessica United States Sociologist
  Emery, Merrelyn

Australia
financial union member

Researcher  
  Erne, Roland Ireland
financial union member
Lecturer in International and Comparative Employment Relations
  Erol, Gokhan Turkey Union federation worker
 

Espinosa-Organista, Luis

USA / Mexico Union organizer
  Estrada, Francisco United States Aerospace worker
  Evans, David United Kingdom Post-grad student  
  Evans, Jenny Australia Union educator
 

Evans, Mark

United Kingdom
foundation union member
mark evansemail Health care assistant and former international officer for his union branch.  Now undertakes mostly advisory and supportive roles in the workplace, due to a broader frustration with the union movement.  Still very interested in and committed to trade union revitalisation, and in particular new ideas for workplace democracy and post-capitalist economic visions, his preferred model for which is parecon: participatory economics.
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Falconer, Alex

Australia Union organiser
 

Falvey, Natalie

Australia Trade union official
 

Farr, Jan

 

New Zealand
financial union member
Writer, activist, former union communications worker  
 

Feickert, Dave

New Zealand Mine safety advisor and consultant in industrial relations, ergonomics and energy. Has acted as adviser to ETUC General Secretary John Monks; the New Zealand Government's Partnership Resource Centre on workplace partnerships; and a number of international trade unions on energy economics and policy. Formerly European Officer for the Trades Union Congress and head of research and Industrial relations officer for the National Union of Mineworkers, UK.
  Feldman, Jason United States Unemployed  
 

Fellner, Kim

United States
 
financial union member
kim fellnerDevelopment director for Working America and author of Wrestling With Starbucks: Conscience, Capital, Cappuccino. 17 years in the labor movement as: organizing propagandist for the Service Employees International Union; information director for the Screen Actors Guild; and executive director of the National Writers Union. Also a founding director of the National Organizers Alliance.
 

Fenton, Darrien

New Zealand
 
Capmaign organiser
  Ferrer, Marco Polo Phillipines Social development worker
DWU
  Fichter, Michael Germany Political Science and Labor Relations lecturer
  Field, Nathan Canada Student  
 

Fink, Eric

United States

financial union member

Law professor and labor union/workers' rights lawyer. His research focuses on the sociology of law, the legal profession and legal education; labor law and the labor movement; and the informal regulation of social practices. Has also taught at St. Joseph’s University, University of Chicago and The Anglo-American College in the Czech Republic. Practiced law with several firms in Philadelphia, concentrating on labor and employment law and civil litigation.
 

Fischer, Tom

Australia Union organiser
  Flood, Nadine Australia Union official
  Florek, Karol Australia
financial union member
Union researcher
 

Fogde, Karsten

Denmark Trade union advisor
  Forbes, Linzy New Zealand
financial union member
Activist poet  
  Ford, John Canada Retired union worker  
 

Ford, Paul

United States Medical professional
  Forman, Erik United States Researcher and organizer
 

Fortescue, Robyn

Australia
financial union member
Trade union official
 

Foster, Barry

New Zealand University lecturer (IR)
 

Foster, Louise

United Kingdom Area organiser
  Foster-Burnell, Oliver United Kingdom Local government officer  
 

Fowler, David

United Kingdom Trade union worker  
  Fox, Sarah United States Labor lawyer
AFL-CIO
 

Freedman, Peter

 

New Zealand

Retired unionist
 

Freeman, Richard B

 

United States

foundation union member

peter hall-jonesHarvard Professor of Economics, co-chair of Harvard trade union programme. Of the 25 books he has written or edited, unionists probably most familiar with "What Workers Want", co-written with Joel Rogers. The most thorough study of US workers' aspirations in 30 years, this book "delivers a message about workplace democracy that union leaders would do well to build into their organizing strategies" (Dissent magazine). One of USA's foremost thinkers on the future of labour and unionism.
Richard Freeman
  Frohlich, Jack United States Retired union official
 

Fullerton, Randy

United States Retired from the building trades union  
  Fussell, Wayne Australia IT worker
 

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