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MEETS THE THIRD THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 5:30 PM
IBEW LOCAL 46 Staff Advisor: 
Gillian Burlingham (she/her)
-Office : 253-395-6519
-Cell: 206-331-2878
gillian@ibew46.com

 

FREDERICK SIMMONS CHAPTER

Electrical Workers Minority Caucus (EWMC)

IBEW LOCAL 46
MEETS THE FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 5:30 PM
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EWMC National

 

Women’s Committee

MEETS THE FOURTH TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 5:30 PM
ANNOUNCEMENTS
IBEW LOCAL 46 Staff Advisor:
Laura Robinson (pronouns: she/her)
(253) 395-6505 Office
(253) 259-0339 Cell
Laura@IBEW46.com

 

IBEW LOCAL 46 WOMEN'S COMMITTEE . . .

  • TO Provide a forum for members of the IBEW who are committed to cultivating camaraderie and diversity in the electrical trades within organized labor.
    • TO Educate and motivate members in the electrical trades to become active participants within organized labor.
      • TO Promote equal opportunity, leadership development, and advocacy of the interests of Sisters in the electrical trades within organized labor.
        • TO Promote, support, and assist the organizing of Sisters into the electrical trades within organized labor.
          • TO Promote the election of Sisters in the electrical trades, to leadership positions within the IBEW and organized labor.
            • TO Support, assist and guide apprentices in the electrical trade for retention of Sisters in the IBEW.

 

The IBEW Local 46 Women’s Committee meets

on the fourth Tuesday of each month, at 5:30 PM

ALL IBEW Members Are Welcome

 

“There is a place in the IBEW for working people of every race and gender, every religion and sexual orientation, every background,” said International President Lonnie R. Stephenson in launching the implementation phase of the Union’s new diversity, inclusion and equity initiative, “IBEW Strong.”

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Shana Vuk, Long time Journey Person, Removes Track Lighting @ Century Link Field with the grace and intensity of a womAn who loves her job! 

 

 

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS & ADVENTURES!

  • IBEW WOMEN'S CONFERENCE - WASHINGTON DC : SEPT 7-10, 2022
  • WOMEN BUILD NATIONS CONFERENCE : OCT 28-30, 2022

    The Women Build Nations Conference is October 28-30, 2022, in Las Vegas, NV.

    IBEW Local 46 and the Women’s Committee will be sending Delegates to this Conference.  Our goal is to send as many members as possible who are interested and available to attend.

    The Women’s Committee feels strongly about sending a diverse group of members, from different classifications, as well as different levels of experience.  If you are interested and can get the time off to attend, please submit an essay to be considered as a Delegate.

    Essay?

    It was recommended and decided at the March 22, 2022, Women’s Committee meeting that any members who are interested in attending the Women Build Nations Conference write an essay stating their reasons to why they wish to attend this Conference.  

    Delegates to the Conference will be selected based on their essays, with preference given to active members of the Women’s Committee, as well as IBEW Local 46 members in good standing who have volunteered, mentored, and participated in various Women’s Committee activities and events.

    Responsibilities Of A Delegate.

     As a Delegate to the Conference, you will be expected to attend conference meetings, workshops, and other group activities.

    Additionally, when you return from the Conference you will be expected report what you learned and your overall experience of the Conference.

    The deadline to submit your essay is May 24, 2022

    The essay should be 500 words or less. 

    Please email your essay to Women’s Committee Staff Advisor, Laura Robinson, at laura@ibew46.com or you may drop it off at either the Kent or Silverdale Halls, marked:  Attention Laura Robinson.

    The list of delegates chosen to attend the Women Build Nations Conference will be announced at the Women’s Committee meeting on June 28, 2022.

     

  • DREAM BIG DINNER : NOV 5, 2022

    Dream Big Dinner – is back!!!

    Presented by Washington Women in the Trades the Dream Big Dinner is Saturday, November 5, 2022, at 6:00 pm at Shoreline Community College, Pagoda Student Union Building, located at 16101 Greenwood Avenue North, Shoreline, WA 98133.

    This dinner includes an Award Ceremony to recognize and celebrate individuals dedicated to promoting women in trades.

    To learn more about the awards and nomination process go to the Washington Women in the Trades website https://www.wawomenintrades.com/awards and “Tips for Nominators”.

    Nominees include people from various trades, organizations and agencies and can include apprentices, journey level and retired persons.

    Examples of some of the categories are:

    • Tradeswoman of the Year
    • Lifetime Achievement
    • Union Activist
    • Instructor

    The deadline for submissions is Friday, September 23, 2022.

    For a nomination form, please click on the link below:

    https://wawomenintrades.wufoo.com/forms/phnxqqo0kxybnh/

    Previous IBEW Local 46 Winners are:

    LEAD WORKER/SUPERVISOR OF THE YEAR

    1996 - Jackie White, Seattle Center Crew Chief, Electrician IBEW Local 46 

    LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

    2010 - Nancy Mason, Electrician, IBEW Local 46 Business Rep, Apprenticeship Program Manager, Instructor and more

    UNION ACTIVIST OF THE YEAR

    2012 - Janet Lewis, Business Representative, IBEW Local 46
    2013 - Katrina Freeman, Journey Level Electrician, IBEW Local 46

  • 2022 WOMEN'S COMMITTEE HOLIDAY BAZAAR

    2022 WOMEN'S COMMITTEE HOLIDAY BAZAAR

    MORE INFORMATION BELOW

  • 2022 WASHINGTON WOMEN IN TRADES AWARDS - DREAM BIG DINNER
  • 2022 : Washington Women in Trades is delighted to announce the 2022 Tradeswoman Awardees

     

    Washington Women in Trades is delighted to announce the 2022 Tradeswoman Awardees.

    Thanks to the spirited enthusiasm of all the nominators.

    It could never happen without people who take the time to nominate.

    Every 2022 nominee has made a difference in the workplace and the community. We surely acknowledge all contributions. As you may know, we are limited in the number of awards we can present, and the decisions are always tough. Congratulations go to everyone, both Awardees AND Nominees. It is a big honor to be recognized by your peers, whether you receive an award or not. Your effort is never lost on us.

     Here are the 2022 Washington Women in Trades Awardees

    Tradeswoman of the Year

    Marisa Spencer

    Journey Level Plumber, MacDonald Miller

    Lifetime Achievement

    DeAnna Johnson

    Mechanical Inspector, City of Seattle

    Active Advocate

    Gillian Burlingham 

    IBEW 46 Business Representative for the Public Sector, Journey Level Electrician 

    Cathie Jett Workplace Leader

    Dawn Steinwright

    Instructor, Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute, Carpenter Crew Chief

    Union Activist

    Sandra Moore-Jones
    Journey level Electrician, Port of Seattle

    Instructor 

    Shelly Kleppe

    Instructor, Northwest Laborers Employers Training Trust Fund

    Josie Dunn Apprentice Award

    Na’Quelle Davis

    Inside Wire Electrician, Valley Electric

    Josie Dunn Apprentice Award

    Tori Westman

    Inside Wire Electrician, Prime Electric

    Peggy Cook Apprentice Award

    Juliette Haines 

    Cement Mason Apprenticeship, ST L300 Skanska

    Honorable Mention

    Cochran, Inc

    LeeAnne Cochran, CEO

     

    2022 Nominees

    Amber McGinnis, Bobbi Worden, Burt Maxwell, Chris Boling, Connie Kelleher, Jamilee Kefton, Kendra Webber, Laura Robinson, Leilanna Barrientes, Mallorie Davies, Misty Wheeler, Robin Cowper, Susan Cook, Teresita Ronquillo and Trina Chapa.

     

    A formal Award letter has been sent to winners. Each winner receives a pair of tickets to the Dream Big Dinner, a special keepsake commemoration and applause, a whole lot of applause.
    All complimentary tickets will be available as "will call" at the door.

     

    Celebrate these fine people and join us for an evening of good company as well as a fine Hawaiian Luau! It's always a festive evening, and we encourage your participation.

     

    For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.wawomenintrades.com

     

    Thanks again to everyone who made the effort to nominate.

    We could not do this without your commitment and enthusiasm.

     

    Please do join the November 5 celebration!

WOMEN'S COMMITTEE MEETING INFORMATION

  • 09-20-22 : IBEW LOCAL 46 RESOLUTIONS FOR REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE AND TRANS HEALTHCARE
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  • 03-27-22 : 2022 T-SHIRT DESIGN CONTEST

    Women’s Committee - T-Shirt Contest for the Women Build Nations Conference

    As is the tradition, IBEW Local 46 will be ordering special T-Shirts for Delegates attending the Women Build Nations Conference in October.

    As such, the Women’s Committee is pleased to announce a contest to design the T-Shirt for this conference! The process to order/receive T-Shirts takes a minimum of 8-10 weeks.

    Deadline to submit your T-Shirt design is May 24, 2022.

    Voting on T-Shirt designs will take place at the Women’s Committee meeting on June 28, 2022.

    Please email your entry for the Women Build Nations T-Shirt Design Contest to Women’s Committee Staff Advisor Laura Robinson at laura@ibew46.com or drop off your design off at either the Hall Kent or Silverdale, marked Attention Laura Robinson.

     

  • 03-23-22 : 2022 WOMEN BUILD NATIONS CONFERENCE

    The Women Build Nations Conference is October 28-30, 2022, in Las Vegas, NV.

    IBEW Local 46 and the Women’s Committee will be sending Delegates to this Conference.  Our goal is to send as many members as possible who are interested and available to attend.

    The Women’s Committee feels strongly about sending a diverse group of members, from different classifications, as well as different levels of experience.  If you are interested and can get the time off to attend, please submit an essay to be considered as a Delegate.

    Essay?

    It was recommended and decided at the March 22, 2022, Women’s Committee meeting that any members who are interested in attending the Women Build Nations Conference write an essay stating their reasons to why they wish to attend this Conference.  

    Delegates to the Conference will be selected based on their essays, with preference given to active members of the Women’s Committee, as well as IBEW Local 46 members in good standing who have volunteered, mentored, and participated in various Women’s Committee activities and events.

    Responsibilities Of A Delegate.

     As a Delegate to the Conference, you will be expected to attend conference meetings, workshops, and other group activities.

    Additionally, when you return from the Conference you will be expected report what you learned and your overall experience of the Conference.

    The deadline to submit your essay is May 24, 2022

    The essay should be 500 words or less. 

    Please email your essay to Women’s Committee Staff Advisor, Laura Robinson, at laura@ibew46.com or you may drop it off at either the Kent or Silverdale Halls, marked:  Attention Laura Robinson.

    The list of delegates chosen to attend the Women Build Nations Conference will be announced at the Women’s Committee meeting on June 28, 2022.

     

  • 03-01-22 : 2022 WOMEN'S COMMITEE OFFICERS

    IBEW Local 46 is pleased to announce
    the Women’s Committee officers for 2022. 

    Please Welcome . . .

    CHAIR

    Deirdre Williams

    VICE-CHAIR

    Megan Kirby

    Recording Secretary

    Chris Boling

    Treasure

    Connie Adams

    Internet Social Media Specialist

    Margi Garlick

    Members at Large (3)

     

     

    • Recording Secretary

    Na’Quelle Davis

    • Treasure

    Tess Ronquillo

    • Internet Social Media Specialist

    Tori Westman

    These members will serve a one (1) year term. 
    Please help me congratulate them in their new positions.

     

  • 01-19-22 : NOTICE OF MEETINGS AND AMENDMENT

    Hello Sisters and Brothers,

    The next Women’s Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 5:30 pm.

    All members are Welcome!

    A motion was made at the October 2021 meeting to amend the Bylaws.

    A vote on the motion will take place at the next meeting to be held on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, which is next week.

    The intent of this Amendment is to hold the nomination of Officers on one month with the election (vote) of Officers the following month, rather than having them both on the same night.  Please see Article III, Section 2.

    Additionally, nominations for Women’s Committee Officers will take place at this meeting.

    If you have any questions about the meeting or the motion, please contact Laura Robinson, Staff Advisor for the Women’s committee at Laura@IBEW46.com

    Thank you and have a Good Day!

     

  • 11-16-21 : Nominations for Officers will be held at the next WC Meeting held on January 2022 at 5:30 p.m.

    Our next meeting is Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at 5:30 PM.

    Nominations for Officers will be conducted at this meeting.

    Per the Women’s Committee bylaws:

    Nominations and Elections:

    “In order to be eligible to hold an office in Women’s Committee of IBEW 46, a member must meet the following criteria:

    1. Must be a current member of the Women’s Committee of IBEW 46;
    2. Must be an active participant with the Women’s Committee of IBEW 46;
    3. Must be a member of good standing with the IBEW Local Union in Washington State”

    If you have any questions please contact Women’s Committee Chair, Nicole Anderson at nicole@ibew46.com

  • 11-09-21 : Motion to Amend the Women’s Committee Bylaws Notice

    Motion to Amend the Women’s Committee Bylaws

    A motion was made at the meeting in October 2021 to amend the IBEW Local 46 Women’s Committee Bylaws.  A vote on the motion will take place at the next IBEW Local 46 Women’s Committee Meeting on, Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

    The intent of the amendment is to hold the nomination of Officers one month, and the election (vote) of Officers the following month.  Rather than both on the same night.  See Article III, Section 2.

    The motion reads as follows:                                                                       

    “Nominations of Officers of the Women’s Committee of IBEW 46 shall be held at the regular Women’s Committee of IBEW 46 membership meeting in January and every one (1) year thereafter.

    Elections of officers of the Women’s Committee of IBEW 46 shall be held at the regular Women’s Committee of IBEW 46 membership meeting in February and every one (1) year thereafter.”

    If you have any questions about the meeting or the motion please contact Women’s Committee Chair, Nicole Anderson at nicole@ibew46.com

  • 10-27-21 : SUSPENSION OF NOVEMBER/DECEMBER MEETINGS FOR HOLIDAYS

    At the September 28, 2021, Women’s Committee meeting, it was voted on and approved to suspend the November and December Women’s Committee meetings, since these meetings occur the same week as some of the upcoming holidays.

    The next Women’s Committee meeting Tuesday, January 25, 2022 @ 5:30pm

  • 10-27-21 : HANDS-ON TRAINING CONDUIT BENDING CLASS - KENT HALL on 11-09-21

    Hands-On Training Conduit Bending - November 9, 2021 - Kent Hall

    There will be a conduit bending class for members on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 @ 5:30 in the Conduit Lab at the Hall in Kent.  Space is limited.

    If you are interested in signing up for the training please contact Women’s Committee Chair, Nicole Anderson at nicole@ibew46.com

     

  • 10-12-21 : NEW T-SHIRT DESIGNS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE NEXT MEETING (10/26/21)

    New designs for Women’s Committee T-shirts will be presented and voted on at the next meeting on Tuesday, October 26, 2021.  If you want to submit a T-shirt design for consideration please contact Women’s Committee Staff Advisor Laura Robinson at laura@ibew46.com by Thursday, October 21, 2021.

  • 07-06-21 : MESSAGE REGARDING NEXT MEETING : 07/27/21

     

    The Women’s Committee meetings are once again being held in person at the Local 46 Union Hall in Kent. 

    The next meeting is Tuesday, July 27, 2021, at 5:30 PM and all members are welcome.

    A motion was made at the June meeting to amend the ByLaws.  A vote on the motion will take place at the next meeting.

    The intent of the motion is to reduce the number of persons which constitute a quorum to conduct an official meeting, from seven (7) members of the Women’s Committee including the two (2) Officers, to five (5) persons, two (2) of which shall be Officers.  Please see Article III, Section 5 of the Women’s Committee Bylaws.

    Complete copies of the Women’s Committee ByLaws will be available at the meeting.

    If you would like a copy of the ByLaws sent to you before the next meeting, please contact IBEW Local 46 Rep. Laura Robinson at laura@ibew46.com

    If you are unable to attend the meeting in person, but you are interested in participating, please contact Laura Robinson to make other arrangements. 

    Otherwise, we look forward to seeing you at the Women’s Committee meeting on Tuesday, July 27, 2021, at 5:30 PM. 

  • 2021 NEW OFFICERS FOR WOMEN'S COMMITTEE

    NEW OFFICERS FOR WOMEN'S COMMITTEE!

    Congratulations are in order as new officers were elected to the Women’s Committee at the May 25, 2021 meeting.

    Please congratulate the following members for their commitment to IBEW Local 46 and the Women’s Committee.

    They are:

    Chair - Nicole Anderson

    Vice Chair -  Deirdre Williams

    Recording Secretary - Chris Boling

    Treasurer - Connie Adams

    Media Specialist - Margie Garlick

    The Women’s Committee meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 5:30pm. 

    The next meeting is June 22, 2021.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Women’s Committee please contact Local 46 Staff Advisor Laura Robinson at laura@ibew46.com

  • IBEW 46 WOMEN'S COMMITTEE MONTHLY ZOOM MEETINGS

    IBEW 46 is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Join Zoom Meeting

    https://ibew46.zoom.us/j/99451734294?pwd=OFVrS2E3QnJ5ZjJLYlVIOVhuVm8yUT09

    Meeting ID: 994 5173 4294

    Passcode: 462017

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    The IBEW Local 46 Women’s Committee is a place to socialize, strategize, and support the success of women within all units of Local 46 and with other unions and the community. We meet on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 5:30pm, currently by Zoom. All are welcome.

    The committee was originally known as Electrical Sisters United (ESU), a strong informal network of Local 46 women who wanted to provide mentoring for the next generation of tradeswomen. ESU was chartered as an official IBEW Women’s Committee in 2019, with elected officers and bylaws. The Committee organizes Days of Service, participates in the Women in Trades Fair and other community outreach, and works toward industry practices that are inclusive.

    Contact laura@ibew46.com for the Zoom link or more information, or join our Facebook page, Women’s Committee of IBEW 46.

WORKSHOPS / TRAINING

  • 05-07-22 : WC CONDUIT BENDING CLINIC

    The Women’s Committee is sponsoring Conduit Bending training for apprentices and members to improve their skills.

    WHEN: Saturday, may 7, 2022 at 10:00 AM

    WHERE:  IBEW Local 46 Kent Hall -  Conduit Lab

    SPACE IS LIMITED!!

    PLEASE CONTACT

    Women’s Committee Chair,

    DEIDRE WILLIAMS,

    by phone or text message at

    360-340-8783

    if you are interested in attending.

     

  • 04-02-22 : WC TRANSFORMER CLINIC

    Transformer Training!

    The Women’s Committee is sponsoring Transformer Training for Apprentices and Members to improve their skills. Space is limited.

    DATE:

    Saturday, April 2, 2022

    TIME:

    10:00 AM

    LOCATION:

    IBEW LOCAL 46 KENT HALL

    CONTACT:

     

     

    Deidre Williams, Women’s Committee Chair
    @ 360-340-8783 (Text/Phone)
    if you are interested in attending.

  • 03-01-22 : WC CONDUIT BENDING CLINIC

    The Women’s Committee is sponsoring Conduit Bending training for apprentices and members to improve their skills

    WHEN: Saturday, March 5, 2022 at 10:00 AM  (THIS SATURDAY!)

    WHERE:  IBEW Local 46 Kent Hall -  Conduit Lab

    SPACE IS LIMITED!!

    PLEASE CONTACT

    Women’s Committee Chair,

    DEIDRE WILLIAMS,

    by phone or text message at

    360-340-8783

    if you are interested in attending.

     

  • CONDUIT PIPE BENDING CLINIC RESUMES IN OCTOBER!

    Good Day Everyone!

    In October 2022, the Women’s Committee will restart sponsoring the hands-on clinics for pipe bending for Apprentices and other members who are interested in improving their skills. These clinics will be held at the Hall in Kent. 

    Typically, these clinics are held on Saturdays.

    Once a firm date has been confirmed, I will send out an email.

    Please contact me if you have any questions.

    Thank you and have a great day.

    Laura J Robinson (pronouns: she/her)
    Broadcast Representative/

    Assistant Educational Coordinator/
    Staff Advisor to the Women’s Committee

    IBEW Local 46
    (253) 395-6505 Office
    (253) 259-0339 Cell
    Laura@IBEW46.com

  • 11-22-22 : CONDUIT BENDING CLNIC

    On Tuesday, November 22, 2022, at 5:00 p.m., the Women’s Committee is sponsoring conduit bending clinic for Apprentices and members to improve their skills in the Conduit Lab at the Kent Hall.

    Space is Limited!

    Please email the Women’s Committee Staff Advisor, Laura Robinson, at laura@ibew46.com, by Thursday, November 17, 2022, if you are interested in attending.

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IBEW Local 46: HVAC update

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Help the Hutchinson Family - Paul has been diagnosed with Burkitt's Lymphoma

Help Anna KING and her family after a tragic fire

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Fundraiser by Arianna Petritz : The road to get Darrell back on his feet LITERALLY (gofundme.com)

FOR UNION MEMBER TYLER PENA'S HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE

Fundraiser by PowerCom Inc. : Helping Eric's family during his recovery (gofundme.com)

Seattle times op-ed: This discussion has been ongoing for a long time and is a critical component to ensure that IBEW will be able to secure Electric Vehicle Charging work!!! Make sure to take that EVITP course!!! Please see the link below! - Keith Weir 

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long term care & FAQ
10-05-21 - LONG TERM CARE BENEFIT- LETTER FROM SEAN BAGSBY 
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JOB POSTINGS

070822 : CITY OF SEATTLE Electrical Inspector, Journey
OPENING AT THE SEATTLE TIMES
FOR A MECHATRONICS (ELECTRICIAN) MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - KENT, WA - ongoing
- other positions available

OUR DIVERSITY IS OUR STRENGTH!
Electrical Workers Minority Caucus (EWMC) – Frederick Simmons Seattle Chapter Monthly meeting:
First Thursday of each month at Kent Hall at 5PM.
For more info, please contact Chapter President Frank Woolsey: frankw@ibew46.coM or 253-246-9695. 
For meeting and activity info, please e-mail ewmcfsseattle@gmail.com

 

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