As a graduate of the University of Oregon with a degree in journalism, Elizabeth Liz Shuler, like many young people today, pieced together part-time jobs, lived at home and struggled to find decent work in the early s. Today, as secretary-treasurer of the AFL-CIO, the second-highest position in the labor movement, Shuler serves as the chief financial officer of the federation and oversees operations. In , Shuler was hired at Local , where she was thrust into a full-fledged campaign to help the clerical workers organize. The organizers on staff at the local were all men, so Liz was assigned to house-calling, since most of the clerical employees were women. Many young people today may not remember this scandal-ridden and now bankrupt corporate giant, but it is now known as one of the earliest national icons for corporate fraud and abuse. Later she would look back on that victory as a warning sign of things to come. That victory prompted then-President J. She lobbied Congress on such issues as energy and electricity, telecommunications, Davis-Bacon, health care, transportation, apprenticeship and training, pension reform, unemployment and telecommunications; raised PAC funds; developed political education programs; and mobilized local unions throughout the country during elections. It began with the construction branch of the IBEW and Shuler worked to broaden it to the professional and industrial branches. Shuler looks at technological change as an opportunity to be relevant to the next generation workforce.
Elizabeth H. Liz Shuler was born to Lance and Joyce Shuler in Shuler first became active in union work after college. Shuler said she intends to spend much of her term reaching out to workers under the age of 35    and using new media to reach out to workers, their families, and union supporters. Shuler is active in the Women's Campaign Fund , a political action committee which supports pro-choice women running for election to political office, and a supporter of the International Women's Democracy Center. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Liz Shuler. September 15, September 20,
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