MRLF political organizer Gayle McMahon accepts new job in her home state of Massachusetts
From the Minneapolis Labor Review, April 29, 2011
MINNEAPOLIS — After nearly five years on the job, Gayle McMahon is leaving her position as political organizer for the Minneapolis Regional Labor Federation. Her last day will be May 6.
McMahon will be moving back to her home state of Massachusetts. She has accepted a new position there as northeast regional organizing coordinator for the Change to Win labor federation. Based out of Boston, she will be covering Boston, New York City, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.
“I loved working here,” McMahon said of her ten years in Minnesota. “The people in the labor movement here are incredible people to work with and I learned a lot. I’m going to miss the people here.”
“I never did learn ‘Minnesota nice’ though,” she joked.
“People who want to keep in touch with me should e-mail me or give me a call before May 6,” McMahon noted.
Until May 6, Gayle McMahon may be contacted at 612-379-4206 ext. 105 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A farewell party for Gayle McMahon is planned for Thursday, May 5, from 3:00-6:00 p.m. at Mac's Industrial Bar, 312 Central Ave., Minneapolis. RSVP via facebook event invitation.
As organizer for the South Suburban Labor Council, Gayle McMahon (center, wearing 'SMW' cap), helped recruiit and coordinate volunteers for the annual 'Christmas in May' home fix-up day in Chaska.
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