We’d like you to join in welcoming the newest member of the SEA/SEIU Local 1984 staff, David Holt.
As the Lead External Organizer Holt, joins the SEA after working as an organizer with Protect New Hampshire Families, fighting so-called Right to Work legislation.
“Unions mean being able to stand together – to have a fair say in the wages, benefits, safety and environment in your workplace. They allow working people to bargain for their resources, time, skills and creativity. I’m proud to be a member of SEA as the Lead External Organizer.”
Before becoming an organizer, Holt spent 12 years in the software industry and as a Project Manager for Tyco International.
A New Hampshire native, Holt currently lives in Somersworth with his two dogs, Sephin and Petey. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family. He’s also very active in his local community fighting for social and economic equality.
Currently, Holt is working on a campaign aimed at helping members increase involvement in the SEA community. His ultimate campaign goal is working toward the common good for all our neighbors.
“I look forward to working hard on behalf of local workers while fighting to improve the quality of life for both union and nonunion members.”
Want to introduce yourself? Send David a note!