ALBANY — CSEA leaders and activists from across the state recently attended the New York State Association of Black & Puerto Rican Legislators Conference in Albany. During the event, our members attended programs on economic, cultural and legislative issues.

CSEA also staffed an information table to educate conference attendees about issues of concern to our union, including the 2020 U.S. Census and our efforts to secure an accurate count.

 When you have an important message to get out, you need to cover all areas to reach everyone. We all go to different places, read different papers and watch different TV stations. Getting in front of caucus-goers is a chance to give information to labor leaders and also to meet decision-makers who decide policies that impact me and my community.

  • Latasha Gardner, Rensselaer County Local Treasurer

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Therese has been working as the Capital Region Communications Specialist since 2002 handling all facets of internal and external communications for the region. Therese started her career at a Madison Avenue Public Relations firm and held several positions in public relations, marketing and event planning in corporate and non-profit roles in New York and Pittsburgh prior to moving to the Capital Region in 1999. Therese holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Communication Studies and is also a published freelance writer on travel, food and the arts.

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