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PECG Los Angeles Section
2018/19 Executive Committee and Delegates
and Committees
   

 

LOS ANGELES SECTION

2018/2019 OFFICERS

TELEPHONE NUMBERS

1

President

Refugio Dominguez

(213) 897-5580

2

Director

John Vassiliades

(213) 897-7395

3

President Elect

John K. Lee (213) 897-8623

4

VP Rank & File

Ohannes (John) Anserlian

(213) 897-0243

5

VP Supervisory

Oswald Elizondo (213) 897-0343

6

VP At Large

David Koo (213) 620-6155

7

Treasurer

Fouad Dagher (213) 897-0590

8

Secretary

Sujaya Kalainisan

(213) 897-1704

 

 

 SECTION DELEGATES

 

  Schani Abeyesundere (213) 897-0169
  Samir Bakar (213) 897-0095
  Sharas Bangalore (213) 897-8905
  Saed Batarseh (213) 897-2856
  Palani Chandrasekaran (562) 590-3132
  Ben Ehsani

(562) 401-3333 Ext. 270

  Mohamed Ghannoum (213) 897-2731
  Madeline Mcha  
  Nguyen H. Hua (213) 897-7152
  Edward Jackson (213) 897-0898
  Enrique Jimenez (562) 627-0064
  Varoujan Jinbachian (213) 576-6235
Vin Kumar (213) 897-9336
  Jenna Latt (626) 575-7097
  Samuel Luk (213) 897-3302
  Richard Osnaya (213) 897-3411
  Orlando Gonzales  
  Jinwanjit (JP) Palaha (213) 897-6926
  Scott Ratigan (714) 562-5525
  Ojas Sheth (213) 897-8595
  Hamid Khorram (650) 255-8180
  Iqbal Qazi  
  Mitra Vahid (213) 897-6617
  John T. Zaki (213) 897-6357
  Mohamed A. Ahmed (213) 897-5975
  Amit Joshi (213) 897-4304


PECG Sacramento Office

Headquarters:
455 Capitol Mall, Suite 501
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 446-0400 -or- (800) 338-1480
Fax # (916) 446-0489
Email:  pecg@pecg.org

PECG Pasadena Office
(Ask for: Jesse Rodriguez)

Los Angeles:
215 Marengo Avenue, Suite 185
Pasadena, CA 91101
(818) 500-9941 -or- (888) 980-7324
Fax # (818) 247-2348
Email:  pecg@pecg.org

PECG San Francisco Office
(Ask for: Matt Austin)

San Francisco:
100 Pine Street, Suite 750
San Francisco, CA 94111-5102
(415) 861-5720 -or- (888) 350-7324
Fax # (415) 861-5360
Email:  pecg@pecg.org

http://www.pecg.org 

 

LA Section Committees

(by Alphabetical Order)

 

1.      Bargaining Unit Benefits Analysis Committee: To collect data and relevant information on public jurisdiction employee salaries and benefits and to develop an archive that will show the disparities of benefits to those of the Unit 9 employees. To provide support and assistance to the Corporate Bargaining Unit and Meet and Confer Teams with updated new information. 

2.     Benefits Committee: To provide updated information on membership benefits and discount programs that are available to our members through PECG, and to inform the EC on any new programs that may be available.

3.     Ethics & Conflict Resolution: To assist at a Section level, in resolving conflicts or disputes between members, or in matters relating to alleged ethics violations, or to escalate the matter to the Section EC Committee for a course of action or for referral to Corporate Ethics Committee.  The 3 Section VP’s:

4.      Events Planning Committee: To have the organizational responsibility of all activities relating to the Section's meetings, events and activities.

5.      Grievance Review: To assist Rank & File or Supervisory employees who are PECG members in good standing in grievance proceedings.  The 3 Section VP’s:

6.     Health & Safety Committee: To assist members in any issue relating to health and safety in the workspace. To report and provide information to PECG any time there is a concern about employee’s safety, or whenever there was a situation where employees' health or safety is at risk. 

7.      Liaison Committee To research other state bargaining unit MOUs, to share information with the other units and to cooperate in pursuing new strategies pertaining to bargaining issues.  

8.      Membership Committee: To spearhead the Section and Corporate efforts in membership & recruitment drives.  John Vassiliades, Co-Chair; Reza Jahromi, Co-Chair

9.   New EC members Training and Mentoring Committee: Train and mentor our newer EC members about the roles, duties and responsibilities as they relate to PECG’s goals and objectives.

10.    Nominating & Election: In charge of the 2016/17 Section Elections and for nominating members for outstanding service awards.  

11.    PE License Review Committee: To help members attain their PE license and to educate them on PE License requirements. 

12.    Policy & Bylaws Committee: To render interpretation and ensure compliance with the Section and Corporate Bylaws and Policy Files. 

13.    Political Involvement Committee: To assist in the Statewide PAC effort, to project a positive image of PECG and to advocate for its goals and beliefs.  John Vassiliades, Chair; Reza Jahromi, Co-Chair; Sutida Bergquist, Co-Chair 

14.  Press and Information Officer: To brief LA Section members and statewide PECG Sections about important activities or issues of concern to PECG members. 

15.    Retirement Committee: To provide assistance and support to members on retirement procedures, benefits, and to update our members with CalPERS issues.

16.    Scholarship, Student Mentoring & Science Fair Committee: To organize and involve our members in Student Mentoring & Science Fair events. 

17.    Specialty Engineers and Classifications CommitteeTo provide data and to handle all matters relating to members’ job classifications, including the Deep Class and Title Act issues.

18.    Technical Committee: In charge of keeping the Section website up-to-date with the latest information.

 
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