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Fact sheet: SEIU Local 925

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SEIU-Local-925We have heard many questions about Local 925, who they are, what they do, and their experience with representing higher education. This fact sheet on Local 925 describes the union’s membership, spending and leadership, distilling information from the union’s website and other publicly available documents.

Members: Nearly 20,000 child care providers, public school employees, higher education staff, and local government/non-profit workers.

UW Members: Among the nearly 20,000 that SEIU Local 925 represent include 7,000 people who are employed by the University of Washington. The titles of those employed at UW can be found here.

Spending Information: All unions are required to fill out a Form LM-2 Labor Organization Annual Report that provides detailed information on its income, assets and disbursements to the United States Department of Labor’s Office of Labor-Management Standards for each fiscal year. These documents are of public record. Here, we have provided the SEIU Local 925’s LM-2s for the fiscal years of 2012, 2013 and 2014 and 2015.

In 2014, the SEIU Local 925 spent $10,177,521; $8,702,714 in 2013; and $8,324,900 in 2012. A detailed summary of its expenditures, liabilities, and assets can be found in each LM-2.

Leaders: Karen Hart, President; Tricia Schroeder, Executive Vice President; Cindy Elizalde, Secretary Treasurer

For more information: See Faculty unionization: the basics

Sources:
Members: http://www.seiu925.org/files/2014/02/2014_SEIU-LOCAL-925_LegAgenda_English.pdf
Leadership: http://www.seiu925.org/about/where-we-work/
Website: screenshot taken December 10, 2015 3:30 p.m. PT