Deborah was formerly Executive Director of the National Legal Preparedness Training Program at the University of the District of Columbia.

Starting in 1989, Professor Reynolds was an archivist at the Goerge Meany Memorial Archives and managing editor of its former illustrated quarterly journal, Labor’s Heritage. He has a PhD in american history and an MLS in archival studies.

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Robert is a faculty member at the National Labor College.  He teaches courses on Distance Learning, Instructional Technology, History of Communication, Web 2.0 Collaboration, Digital Storytelling, Multimedia Technology and Microsoft Office.

Stephen is the head of the Construction Management degree program for the National Labor College.

Henry is a Professor for Health and Safety and Director of the College’s Rail Workers Hazmat Training Program and the National Resource Center for OSHA training.

Jennifer teaches courses in composition and literature and directs the prior learning assessment program, NLC student learning assessment, and the Online Writing Lab.

Diane has been a labor organizer for more than 20 years. She previously worked for the American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association, the Missouri Nurses Association, and Service Employees International Union (District 1199 NE, Locals 285 and 615).

Jean is the Director of the Bonnie Ladin Union Skills Program and the Chair of the Faculty Senate.

Jannie is the Director of Library Services for the National Labor College as well as a full-time faculty member. She holds a BA in Political Science from Howard University and an MS in Library Science from The Catholic University of America. Jannie has been with the library since 1991.