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The Executive Board consists of seven (7) members of whom the President is the Chairperson. The other members consist of Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer, Trustee, Bargaining Unit Representative and the Political Action Coordinator.
President – Battalion Chief Ryan Herrera
The President acts as spokesman for the Executive Board in all matters that the Executive Board is authorized to act on. The President will preside and conduct the business of all regular and special membership meetings, committees, meetings with District, and lead the negotiations of this local and much more.
Vice-President – Captain Todd Williams
In the absence of the President, the Vice-President shall perform the duties of the President assuming and holding all rights, duties, and privileges of the office.
Treasurer – Lieutenant Hak-Soo Kim
The Treasurer shall receive all dues, revenues, and assessments of the local. He or she shall draw and sign all vouchers, prepare monthly financial statements, keep and maintains all records and bank/fund accounts in current condition and ready for audit for the local and much more.
Secretary – Captain Layne Winter
The Secretary keeps and maintains a record of minutes for all meetings by the Executive Board and General Membership, maintains a copy of the current Constitution By-Laws, supervises all voting, and maintains updated memberships records with the IAFF and WSCFF and much more.
Trustee – Firefighter Jake Wassall
The Trustee will be the liaison between the Executive Board and the Members. The Trustee shall review monthly vouchers and financial reports and audit the Executive Board’s actions so that they follow the proper By-Laws, Procedures, Policies, and he shall act in the best interest of the Members. The Trustee shall perform the annual audit as required by the IAFF and much more.
Vice-President (Battalion Chief Bargaining Unit) – Battalion Chief Joel Barrett
The Vice-President will be the liaison between the Executive Board and the Members of his/her bargaining unit, along with performing duties assigned by the President.
Bargaining Unit Reprentative (Non-LEOFF Bargaining Unit) – Fleet Mechanic Jason Fent
The bargaining unit represenative will be the liaison between the Executive Board and the Members of his/her bargaining unit, along with performing duties assigned by the President.
Political Action Coordinator (PAC) – Firefighter Nich Gullickson
The Political Action Coordinator (PAC) acts as the Executive Board liaison with elected officials at the local and state levels. The PAC chairs the Political Action Committee and works in conjunction with the fire department administrative team during elections as the primary labor representative. Additionally the PAC attends the state legislature sessions and lobbies on behalf of the local. In the course of his or her duties, the PAC will assess the viability of candidates for the receipt of the locals endorsement and conversely solicit their endorsements for election campaigns.
IAFF Local 2024
31617 1st Ave S
Federal Way, WA. 98003