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Charlton Smith: Executive Vice President & Delegate to DC37

My name is Charlton H.L Smith. I have been an Associate Public Health Sanitarian at DOHMH for over 10 years, and I was a Public Health Sanitarian for 8 years before that. I have been an active union member, a Shop Steward from 2010 to present and served as 2nd Vice President from 2014-2017, and I am proud to be a part of our new leadership team. I am committed to continue the work of building a stronger union, enforcing our contracts, negotiating good contracts and involving our members in every aspect of our union.

Contact information

Office number: (212) 815-1068

Cell: (917) 920-0346

Email: [email protected]

Through my service, I have gained the ability to successfully negotiate with management on a wide variety of issues including classification, reassignments, working conditions, out of title pay, back pay, terminations/discipline, grievances, training, safety concerns and other contract violations. Through multiple labor-management meetings, I have also commanded the respect of members of management. My knowledge and leadership will allow our membership to build a stronger local union. Currently, my top goals are bringing back title chapters and fixing the unfair rules regarding termination.

It’s Time to take back what is yours.

It’s Time for a change.

I am asking for your support and participation so we can make a change on our job, our benefits, the way our union communicates and our future.

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