Mike Montanaro, a longtime EMT with American Medical Response in New Haven, Connecticut, got involved with IAEP Local 999 after he saw the local’s executive board changing frequently.
“I felt it was my duty as a senior employee to stabilize our local,” he said. “Being involved in this union has changed be for the better. It has helped me in dealing with management and defending my union brothers and sisters who have been wrongly disciplined.” He says he’s grateful to have gained the trust and respect of the people working beside him.
The avid workout enthusiast has two children in their twenties and is engaged to be married. 

Download PDFMinutes of the June 2013 National Executive Board meeting, approved and adopted at the meeting of the National Executive Board on December 4, 2013.
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