The Executive Vice President is the second-highest-ranking officer in the American Postal Workers Union, and is responsible for assisting the president in the administration of the union.

The Executive Vice President performs the duties of the President in case of his/her absence, and has general responsibility for field operations; is involved in many of the union’s campaigns, and assists officers at the national, state and local level.

New Memorandum of Understanding on Discrimination in Tentative Agreement

Our new Tentative Agreement has a Memorandum of Understanding on Discrimination & Harassment. It clarifies what kind of discrimination violates Article 2. It also includes the creation of an educational APWU/ USPS taskforce that will increase the knowledge and understanding of the protections the law provides to post office employees around the country. This education is desperately needed.

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November 1, 2022

Be There for Your APWU Family

It is the holiday season and our postal workers will be stretched to their limit. Then we add a hostile work...

September 30, 2022

Message from APWU President Mark Dimondstein, Executive Vice-President Debby Szeredy and Secretary-Treasurer Liz Powell on Hurricane Ian and Fiona.

In the past two weeks, two disastrous hurricanes have caused massive devastation and hardship, including the loss of...

September 10, 2022

A Successful Convention, and Motivation to Grow our Local and State Power

APWU National Conventions are always uplifting for everyone, and the 26th Biennial Convention was all that and more....

July 13, 2022

Workers Are Fighting Back

(This article first appeared in the July/August 2022 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) There is a union...

Vice President Debby Szeredy Pays Tribute to Workers Lost to Covid-19 with Labor Network for Sustainability

Pray for the dead, fight like hell for the living: Vice President Debby Szeredy & Monique Dale, 480-481 Area Local member & widow of Richard Dale, paid tribute & honor to essential workers who have died from #COVID19 with Labor Network For Sustainability.

They are asking everyone to call the Senate switchboard and ask to be transferred to your Senator's offices: 202-224-3121. Tell your Senator that you are a contituent who will be voting and that you are watching to make sure you support essential worker health and safety protections such as an infectious disease standard, protections for whistleblowers, truly universal paid sick, family and medical leave, and access to health care in the next COVID-19 relief bill. You can further urge them to oppose any bill that includes immunity for corporations for COVID-19 related lawsuits.

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