The International Federation of Professional and
Technical Engineers Local 21, AFL‑CIO
Executive Committee Officer Elections
Local 21 Election Documents
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the election, please contact the Elections21@ifpte21.org.
The Executive Committee Officers Elections has concluded and the results can be viewed here.
Key Dates – ELECTION HAS CONCLUDED
- June 20: Election of Union Officer Election Committee by Delegate Assembly – date passed
- July 23: Executive Committee Appoint Nomination Committee – date passed
- August 3: Notice of Election – date passed
- August 28: Deadline for Nominations to Nominating Committee – date passed
- October 2: Deadline for Nomination Petitions – date passed
- October 2: Cutoff Date for Member Eligibility – date passed
- November 2: Date of Election (ballots are mailed) – date passed
- November 23: Deadline for Ballots (ballots must be received) – date passed
- November 24: Vote Count – date passed
All ballots were mailed out by the California Elections Company on Monday, November 2. If you did not receive your ballot in the mail please contact Union21@ifpte21.org.
Local 21 Candidates & Offices
Meet the Candidates
Candidate flyers are hyperlinked below (hover over name).
- Gus Vallejo, City & County of San Francisco, Employee Retirement System; 1054 Information Systems Buisness Analyst-Principal; San Francisco Information Technology Professionals Chapter.
- Jenna M. Castro, P.E., City & County of San Francisco – San Francisco International Airport; Project Manager/Engineer; Professional Engineers Chapter.
Executive Vice President
- Moses Corrette, City & County of San Francisco Planning Department; 5291 Planner III; Planner & Enviornmental Specialists.
- Janey Chan, P.E., S.E., San Francisco Department of Buildng Inspection; Structural Engineer; Professional Engineers Chapter.
Vice President for Membership & Organization
- Peter Luong, City & County of San Francisco; 5241 Engineer; Professional Engineers Chapter.
- Bianca Polovina, Esq., City & County of San Francisco – Office of Labor Standards Enforcement; 2992 Contract Compliance Officer I; San Francisco At-Large Chapter.
Vice President for Legislative & Political Action
- Frances Hsieh, City & County of San Francisco – Board of Supervisors; 1835 Legislative Assistant; San Francisco At-Large Chapter.
Vice President At-Large
- Olympia Williams, City of San Jose; Program Manager; City Association of Management Personnel Chapter.
- Kevin J. Day, P.E., City & County of San Francisco – SFMTA; 5241 Engineers; Professional Engineers Chapter.
- Paul Barradas, P.E., P.M.P., City & County of San Francisco – Public Works; Project Manager/Engineers; San Francisco Professional Engineers.
- Marc Miyashiro, Contra Costa County; Training Manager for Contra Costa Health Services Information Technology; Contra Costa County Chapter.
- JR Santos, City & County of San Francisco; 1654 Accountant III; Accountants & Auditors Chapter.
Vice President for San Francisco
- Rinaldi Wibowo, P.E., G.E., City & County of San Francisco – San Francisco International Airport; Project Manager/Engineer; Professional Engineers Chapter.
- Kim Thompson, City & County of San Francisco – Department of Technology; 1044 Principal Information Systems Engineer; Information Technology Chapter.
Vice President for East Bay
- Cheryl Penick, City of Hayward; Librarian I; Hayward Chapter
Vice President for Oakland
- Anthony Reese; City of Oakland; Real Estate Agent; Oakland Engineers & Architects Chapter.
- Laura Takeshita, City of Oakland; Administrative Analyst II; Oakland Administrative Professionals Chapter.
Vice President for South Bay
- Edith Alanis; City of Sunnyvale; 2950 Housing Progams Technician; Sunnyvale Employees Association Chapter.
Members interested in running for an Executive Committee position can gather signatures to run for office and must submit a complited petition before 5:00 PM on October 2, 2020 to the Election Committee.
See detailed instructions on petition.
Summary: Chapter Presidents are encouraged to make opportunities during chapter meetings as an open invitation for all candidates and candidate advocates, on an equal time basis, to inform members about themselves and their vision for Local 21.
The Nominating Committee completed their responsibilities as directed by the IFPTE Local 21 Bylaws and submitted a list of candidates for the Executive Committee Offices to the Election Committee.