The Executive Board was elected by the UFCW 367 membership and represents the diversity in our workplaces geographically, generationally and by industry. The Board meets monthly and sets the major policies and budgets for the organization and has final say over the direction and resources of the union.
Cheryl has been an Albertson's employee for two decades and a Steward for nearly 15 years. Cheryl considers it a privilege to provide a cohesive union environment for members and to work towards a workplace that is beneficial for everyone. Cheryl believes it is important to be a part of the rebuilding of her local union. She wants to work together with union members.
Fred Meyer #390
Ray is a Meat Cutter who has been employed with Fred Meyer for 19 years. He is proud to be a union member and to support everyone’s job security. He believes our futures, and our children’s futures, are dependent on good union membership
Theresa has been a member of UFCW 367 for nearly 24 years. She is passionate about making sure there is ongoing union representation in the Grays Harbor area. As a Steward, she has made a point of going to every training that has been offered.
I’ve been a member of UFCW since 1992. When I was first hired by Fred Meyer at the Auburn store which was then, Local 1004. I transferred to Bonney Lake five years later and became a UFCW 367 member. I have worked in CCK since I was hired. I primarily work at the Customer Service Desk now.
Fred Meyer #041
Greg has been a UFCW 367 member for 30+ years. He started at Piggly Wiggly and has spent the last 25 years employed by Quality Food Centers (QFC). He has seen a lot of contracts and now wants to do what he can to help push for more lucrative contracts for journeymen. Greg feels with so many people striving to be journeymen, this will increase membership, improve working conditions, and have a trickle-down effect for all UFCW 367 members.
Heather Demarce Herness
I've always had an innate sense of community and a champion for those who aren't able to stand up for themselves. Being a steward and Executive Board member gives me the opportunity and right to champion for, and uplift the voices of my union brothers, sisters, and siblings.
Fred Meyer #691
Nancy has been a UFCW 367 member and Kroger employee since 2015, where she strives to be the best person she can be and make a long-lasting impression. She always puts the workers first. Nancy is a single mother of two children.
Joann has been a member of UFCW for over 30 years As a trained Steward, for Albertson's, Joanne’s mission is to ensure that each new member is armed with the knowledge and the power of UFCW. Joanne looks forward to continuing to leverage her management experience to be able to stand up for members’ rights.
Darrin I have been working for Safeway & a UFCW367 member for the last 28 years. I started with 3 years in grocery & 25 years in meat. Last 10 years I held the position of a Meat Manager. I am currently at store #2640 as a Meat cutter, I recently stepped down as a Manager. For more than half my life I have dedicated my career to the grocery business. I am hoping that Safeway can recognize the hardships the last 2 years have produced in grocery workers' lives (being a front-line worker!). We deserve a fair & honest contract!!!
I have been a member of UFCW Local 367 since May 2016. Currently, I am a Produce Clerk for Albertsons but have spent most of the last five years as a Starbucks Barista. I am finishing up my associate degree in Business Management with a focus on Labor Studies and plan on furthering my education. Some of my hobbies include baking, reading, and playing video games.
Fred Meyer #385
Eva Been a member since 1982. I look forward to being on the Bargaining team by pushing for the best contract through the voices of my brothers and sisters. I hope the Fred Meyer will open the bargaining for the Home contract.
Albert has been a UFCW 367 member for 25+ years since he first became a Swanson’s employee in 1995. Albert believes that his years of experience as a union member and department supervisor will be an asset to the union membership.
Fred Meyer #424
I have been involved with the union for the past 16 years. I have been a shop steward since I was hired, I was part of the bargaining team in the last contract (2019) and I am currently a member of the E-Board. I have chosen to be so involved with my union because this is my life! I feel the need to have some control of the quality of my work portion. To stand up for the rights of my coworkers and get what we deserve. To be able to have one job to be able to pay the bills and still be able to have a quality of life.
Fred Meyer #659
I have been a member of UFCW 367 since 2014. I'm currently the frozen lead at FM659, and I have been throwing freight since I started. In my downtime I enjoy reading, cooking, and gardening.
Fred Meyer #659
Isaac has been a Local 367 member since August 2019, working in CCK at Fred Meyer 659 in Tumwater. For a lot of new employees, grocery is their first union job, and Isaac likes being able to help them get involved in our strong member-driven local.
Macy's Tacoma Mall
Terri is a Macy’s employee. Terri knows that Executive Board members have a lot of authority, and she wants to make sure that that power is being used appropriately. She is excited to serve on the Executive Board and be a voice and decision maker for members working at Macy’s.
Fred Meyer #615
I have been a UFCW 367 member since 2015, working at the University Place Fred Meyer as a Dairy Clerk. I am a shop steward and vice president # 15 of our local as well as a delegate to the Pierce County Central Labor Council. I became active in our union to improve our working conditions and to enforce our rights as workers on the shop floor. As a rank and filer, I have an obligation to the rank and file and always stress that WE are our union. Solidarity & get involved!
Macy's Tacoma Mall
I have worked for Macy’s since 2012 and have focused on ensuring that members are receiving their rights under the contract. I have worked closely with the union since becoming a union steward and participating on the bargaining team for the Macy’s contract in 2019. I feel strongly about fighting for a living wage and a safe workplace for all members.