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A member of Local 1994 since he started work with Ride On as a bus operator in 1989, Nelvin became a shop steward after just a few short years and joined the Executive Board in 2006. He readily takes on the challenge to advocate for Local 1994 members whether it’s lobbying for legislation protecting working families, joining and helping to organize rallies and protests, or attending meetings of relevant community organizations.…
Lisa Blackwell is fluent in Spanish and has a law degree making her keenly qualified to lead the field services team.
Blackwell interned at Local 1994 years ago. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton.
Raymun Lee. Lee comes from Ride-On where he was a driver for nine years. Lee has been a shop steward, has served on a number of bargaining teams and has joined Local 1994 in Boston and other locations to participate in organizing efforts with the International Union. Lee works primarily as an organizer but also works as a field representative.
Gabriel Acevero is a Field Representative and Organizer with a background in policy and business development. Prior to joining MCGEO, Gabriel worked in Federal and State government relations before accepting a position as the Business Development Manager for a real estate development firm in Baltimore City. Gabriel has worked as an organizer on Democratic as well as issue campaigns and is a 2016 New Leaders Council Maryland fellow; where he currently serves on its Advisory Board.…
T. Coleson Breen has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Colorado State and led an organizing campaign at his previous employer, The United Way.
Ryan Conlon came to Local 1994’s staff from Jamestown, Rhode Island, where he was an elected member of the Jamestown School Committee. Conlon has experience working with the Rhode Island Dept. of Human Services and has worked as a community organizer. He also interned for United States Senator Jack Reed.