Local 11 Co-Presidents Ada Briceño, Kurt Petersen, and Susan Minato.

CO-PRESIDENTS

Ada Briceño
Kurt Petersen
Susan Minato

EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENTS

Karine Mansoorian
Martha Santamaria

VICE-PRESIDENTS

Jose Luis Acosta
Mari Yepez
Marlene Mendoza
Thomas Fleming

RECORDING SECRETARY

Martin G. Lopez

CHAPLAIN

Glynndana Shevlin

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Ana Cortez
Armando Garcia
Carmen Aragon
Graciela Gomez
Israel Torres
Liliana Hernandez
Margarita Rubio
Maria del Carmen Meza
Maria Guadalupe Ortiz
Mark Anthony Alcala
Martha Esquivel
Maura Rivas
Yolanda L. Hernandez

CHAIR OF TRUSTEES

Alice Stanford

TRUSTEES

Benigno Vargas Aviña
Jose Calderon

Kenny Washington Day

February 13, 2022—Super Bowl Sunday!—was officially marked as Kenny Washington Day by a motion of the LA City Council introduced by Councilmember Curren Price. Kenny Washington was the first African-American player to integrate the NFL. Two days previously, a tentative agreement was reached between concession workers and management at SoFi Stadium on their first Union contract. To celebrate both the legacy of Kenny Washington and the tentative union contract for SoFi workers, we were joined—amongst others—by civil rights legend, Reverend James Lawson. AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler, LA County Fed President Ron Herrera, LA City Councilmember Curren Price, NFL Players Association President JC Tretter, and the NFL Players Association Executive Director DeMaurice Smith.

Susan Minato on the Freedom to Vote Act

Our Union Has Been Fighting for Voting Rights All Year

Briceño: Orange County Must Vote No on the Recall

Co-President Ada Briceño on Lobbying in Washington, DC

Kurt Petersen on the West Hollywood Vote

Local 11 Co-President Kurt Petersen talks about the historical West Hollywood Hotel Worker Ordinance

ADA BRICEÑO: GET VACCINATED

3 MILLION MEALS SERVED

Susan Minato, Co-President of UNITE HERE Local 11 and Chair of the Hospitality Training Academy Board of Trustees

“The Serving our Community Program shows what we can accomplish together – when labor, employers, their labor-management partnership training arm, and elected officials come together to innovatively and safely provide vital resources to our community.”

Susan Minato