The Board of Directors

Ashley See (President) Ashley See is a labor communications specialist with over a decade of experience in the trade union labor movement. Specializing in digital, Ashley is currently the Digital Program Manager for the Service Employees International Union where she focuses on empowering working people to organize and demand social, economic and workplace justice! 
   Saul Schniderman (Chair) is the President of the Library of Congress Professional Guild (AFSCME 2910), Director of the Inventory of American Labor Landmarks, and former editor of Talkin’ Union.
Kimmon Williams (Treasurer)Senior communications professional with 8+ years of experience in public relations for non-profits, agencies, and associations. An ambitious and driven strategist with extensive experience directing PR campaigns in both agency and in-house settings. Proven success developing, managing and implementing media strategies and measuring results across traditional media and digital channels. Comfortable translating complex technical information into simple-to-understand messages and stories for written, verbal, and graphic communications.Organized and innovative with keen ability to pitch creative concepts while respecting complex information, including economic reports, surveys, legislation, regulation and court decisions.
Mike Michael Leslie (Secretary) is an activist and labor educator with years of experience in providing mobilizing, leadership, organizing, and undergraduate education to universities, social justice groups and trade unions in the U.S. and West Africa. As a Solidarity Center program officer, he assists in building the capacity of global partners. At Wayne State University he was the director of the Labor School, a union organizing and leadership development program.  He was UAW Local 735 Vice President for an 8000 member local union and health & safety activist.  Mike’s areas of expertise include health & safety, Labor history, African history, sociology, diversity, public speaking and stewards training.