The Executive Committee takes its direction from decisions of the membership and ensures that the policies and decisions of the Local are implemented. The Executive also brings proposals to the membership and Stewards’ Council for changes in policy or direction. The Executive meets bi-weekly and oversees the office’s day-to-day business, provides direction to the staff through the Executive Director and administers the Local’s Collective Agreements. A description of duties for each executive officer can be found online.
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Amy (she/her) works in Unit 1 as a Course Instructor and Teaching Assistant in the Department of English. She is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Medieval Studies, a Registered Yoga Teacher, and a poet. She has previously served as your Secretary-Treasurer, UTM Campus Steward, and Stewards’ Council Representative on the Unit 1 Bargaining Committee.
Oscar (he/him) is a member of Unit 1, working as a Course Instructor and Teaching Assistant in the Department of French and the Department of Language Studies. He is a PhD candidate in the Department of French, where he also served as a departmental steward. He was the Organizing Coordinator on the Unit 1 Bargaining Support Committee during the latest round of bargaining.
Jamie (he/him) is a member of Unit 3, and has worked recently as a Sessional Lecturer at the University of Toronto Scarborough, Ryerson University, and Brock University. Jamie is also a Sessional Instructional Assistant (SIA) at UTM. Jamie has previously served as the Grievance Officer for the Local, the Chair of the Unit 3 Bargaining Support Committee, as well as a Grievance Divisional Steward and Departmental Steward.
Chris (he/him) has been a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Centre for Medieval Studies and a Unit 5 member since April 2019. While completing his PhD, Chris worked in several roles at the University of Toronto, including as a Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, and Course Instructor. He also worked as a university staff member (USW) prior to taking up his current position. Chris was previously the Bargaining Support Chair for Unit 5 and currently serves on the Arts and Science North Joint Health and Safety Committee.
Dan (he/him) is an Instructor in Unit 6 (International Programs) and an SIA at UTSC (Unit 3). He first became involved with CUPE 3902 while he was completing his PhD in Medieval Studies and working as a TA and Instructor in Unit 1 and what was to become Unit 4 at St. Michael's College. Since then, he has been active in the Local as a Steward, JHSC member, member of the Executive, bargaining negotiator, and more. As your Vice-Chair, Colleges, Dan is excited to be supporting Unit 2, 4, and 6 members in what promises be a busy year of bargaining for each unit. Feel free to bring him any questions or concerns you might have about your work at St. Mike's, UVic, or the International Programs.
Allie (she/her) is a PhD candidate in the Department of Economics and works in Unit 1 as a Course Instructor and Teaching Assistant. She previously served as a Departmental Steward. When out of the office, she is often crafting, playing video games, or trying to make a dent in her stack of unread books.
Tey (she/her) is a Unit 5 member and Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Medicine. She previously served as Life Sciences Division Steward and Department of Medicine Steward. As your Internal Liaison Officer, Tey oversees representatives on Joint Health and Safety Committees. When not in the lab trying to predict Crohn’s disease, Tey enjoys painting, making clothes and going to concerts.
Eriks (he/him) is a PhD candidate and Unit 1 member in the Department of History, where he specializes in global and imperial history, 1850 to 1920. Eriks served as Mobilization Committee Steward (U1, Div 1) from 2018–2021, Communications Coordinator and Co-Chair of the Unit 1 Bargaining Support Committee in 2020, and co-chair of the Unit 1 Central Strike Committee in the first half of 2021. As your External Liaison Officer, Eriks' focus is to build relationships between community groups and labour unions at U of T and around Toronto. If you're a Union member, contact Eriks if you want 3902 to connect to other groups around Toronto, issue solidarity statements, and build our capacity as powerful labour union. If you're external to CUPE 3902, contact Eriks if you want our support for your initiatives and campaigns.
Clara (she/her) is a PhD candidate in the Department of English and Acting Chair of the Mental Health Action Committee. She also worked on the Unit 1 Bargaining Support Committees during the 2018 and 2021 rounds. As your Communications and Recording Secretary, Clara compiles and edits your Newsletter, contributes to or publishes most of the public- and member-facing content the Local releases, and generates a lot of written records of political and operational business in the Local by attending a lot of membership and committee meetings, alternately minuting and sending silly DMs. Write to your CRS if you have ideas for making the Local's communications more accessible or if there's news you think members should know about!
Jasmine (she/they) is a Unit 1 Teaching Assistant working in the Department of Political Science. They have previously served as departmental steward for three years and Unit 1 divisional steward (social sciences) on the Grievance Committee for two years. As your Grievance Officer, Jasmine oversees the handling and processing of all grievances to enforce the Collective Agreements of all Units of CUPE Local 3902. Get in touch with them if you think your hiring unit has not complied with a term of your Collective Agreement.