Heather Hillenbrand is the DSA Labor Membership co-chair and also represents Akron, OH on the SEIU Local 1 Executive Board. As a proud union lunch-lady and steward, they believe organizing the multiracial working class from the shop floor up is the path to worker power.
Brian Murray is a Buffalo SBWU organizer.
Honda Wang is a rank-and-file member of AFSCME Local 1549 and an organizer with NYC-DSA. He has focused on building strike support campaigns across DSA and supporting DSA Labor organizing projects such as EWOC.
Ryan Cowles is a member of Inland Empire DSA and the Emergency Workplace Organizing Committee‘s coordinating team. He believes that as socialists, building a militant working class must be central to all that we do. We must engage with and bring more people into the socialist and labor movements to unite those movements through shared struggle.
Trey Cook is a member of Champlain Valley DSA and University of Vermont YDSA. Trey is the liaison between YDSA’s National Labor Committee and DSA Labor. Trey believes developing the next generation of rank and file organizers is crucial for building a lasting labor left.
Janette Corcelius (she/her/habibti) Metro DC DSA Labor Working Group Organizing Chair & NOVA Branch Co-Chair. She is an at-large member of the board of directors for the Fairfax Education Association, a founding member of the Virginia Caucus Of Rank-&-File Educators, and a National Educators United national facilitator. She is excited to support workers who are starting new unionization efforts— as well as support existing unions that need strike support and solidarity. Every worker needs a union that is rank-&-file led, democratically run, with a social justice perspective that wields their power to effect material change and abundance for the working class. Peace, love, & prosperity to all!
Sean Orr lives in Chicago, where he works as a package car driver at UPS and serves as an elected shop steward for Teamsters Local 705. An active member of Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU), he was the Chicago area coordinator for the O’Brien-Zuckerman / Teamsters United campaign in his union’s international election. Sean believes that the shop floor is where the struggle between capital and labor is sharpest, and that is where the work to build a new socialist movement must begin.
Morgan Stewart lives in Richmond, Va and is a member of Richmond DSA. She is a member of AFGE and president for Local 3380, which represents public sector workers in central virginia.