Cardinal Sean stops by LABOR GUILD's Board Planning Session.

Cardinal Sean stops by LABOR GUILD Board’s Spring Planning Session.

Cardinal Sean stops by LABOR GUILD's Board Planning Session.

Photo by Sean McDonald, MOR. L-R: Jack Wolfe, MOR Assoc; Frank Callahan,President, MBTC (MA Bldg Trades Council); Jim Cooper, Arbitrator’ Chuck Monahan, IBEW #103; Donna Finnerty, VP East Boston Savings Bank; Arnold Zack, Arbitrator, WLP, Harvard Law; Pres Eileen Norton, Dir of Organizing MNA; David Kowalski, Utility Workers; Therese DiMuzio, Boston Musicians Union; Deb Sullivan, Asst Dir of Labor Relations MNA, Lisa Field, Lobbyist, MNA; Rick Reilly, Arbitrator; Tom Gosnell, Pres AFTMA (Teachers); and Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston; Tom Kerr, Financial lSecretary /Treasurer, Pipefitters #537; Allyson Every, Guild Exec Dir; Paul Kelly, Partner, Segal Roitman; Mary Gendrolis, Guild Office Manager; Dorine Levasseur, MTA (Teachers); John Cronin, Teamsters #25; Joe Sheehan, PACE.


On April 6th, members of the Guild’s Board and Kitchen Cabinet took time from incredibly busy lives to discuss and prioritize our projects and education programs for the rest of the year. 2016 is a big year for the Guild marking the 50th Anniversary of our Cushing-Gavin Awards Dinner.

The group was delighted when Cardinal Sean O’Malley stopped by to say hello during the Labor Guild’s all-day Board Planning Session — and here’s the picture.
It was a productive, full day exploring how to best serve the Guild’s mission, members, students and our labor-management community.  Sincere thanks to MOR Associates’ superb co-facilitators of the day–our dear friend Jack Wolfe and our new dear friend Sean McDonald, MOR’s VP.   The day was a reminder that Guild is so blessed to have the help, wisdom and support of all these hardworking, committed people.

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