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(a) At any stage in the processing of a complaint, including the counseling stage 1614.105, the complainant shall have the right to be accompanied, represented, and advised by a representative of complainant's choice.

(b) If the complainant is an employee of the agency, he or she shall have a reasonable amount of official time, if otherwise on duty, to prepare the complaint and to respond to agency and EEOC requests for information. If the complainant is an employee of the agency and he designates another employee of the agency as his or her representative, the representative shall have a reasonable amount of official time, if otherwise on duty, to prepare the complaint and respond to agency and EEOC requests for information. The agency is not obligated to change work schedules, incur overtime wages, or pay travel expenses to facilitate the choice of a specific representative or to allow the complainant and representative to confer. The complainant and representative, if employed by the agency and otherwise in a pay status, shall be on official time, regardless of their tour of duty, when their presence is authorized or required by the agency or the Commission during the investigation, informal adjustment, or hearing on the complaint.

(c) In cases where the representation of a complainant or agency would conflict with the official or collateral duties of the representative, the Commission or the agency may, after giving the representative an opportunity to respond, disqualify the representative.

(d) Unless the complainant states otherwise in writing, after the agency has received written notice of the name, address and telephone number of a representative for the complainant, all official correspondence shall be with the representative with copies to the complainant. When the complainant designates an attorney as representative, service of documents and decisions on the complainant shall be made on the attorney and not on the complainant, and time frames for receipt of materials by the complainant shall be computed from the time of receipt by the attorney. The complainant must serve all official correspondence on the designated representative of the agency.

(e) The Complainant shall at all times be responsible for proceeding with the complaint whether or not he or she has designated a representative. (f) Witnesses who are Federal employees, regardless of their tour of duty and regardless of whether they are employed by the respondent agency or some other Federal agency, shall be in a duty status when their presence is authorized or required by Commission or agency officials in connection with a complaint.

Our Organization

  • A supreme national body which is governed by an Executive Board between conventions.
  • Ten intermediate bodies named Districts
  • Local bodies called Locals
Read More: NAPFE Organizational Structure

Official Election Results

 

NAPFE National Officers

Candidate

National President Wilbur Duncan Unopposed
National Secretary Noel V.S. Murrain Unopposed
National Treasurer Warren E. Powell Unopposed
National Editor Ernestine Watts Taylor Unopposed
National 1st Vice President  Janice Fisher Robinson Unopposed
National 2nd Vice President Gale Robert Thames Unopposed

 

NAPFE District 1

Candidate

President Vacant - No Candidate
1st Vice President  Vacant - No Candidate
 2nd Vice President Vacant - No Candidate
 Recording Secretary Vacant - No Candidate
 Financial Secretary Vacant - No Candidate
Treasurer Vacant - No Candidate

 

NAPFE District 2 

  Local  
  Candidate   202/210 206 208 209 Total
President Hattie Lee McNeil   10 6 9 37 62
  Linda A. Michael   1 4 6 13 24
Vice President Vacant - No Candidate            
Recording Secretary Vacant - No Candidate            
Financial Secretary Diann Rountree-Brooks Unopposed          
Treasurer Vacant - No Candidate            

NAPFE District 3

  Local  
  Candidate   301-304 305 306 309-314 311 313  316  318 319 320   322 323-324-326  334 Total
President President Samuel L. "Sam" Lovett, Sr.  Unopposed                            
 1st Vice President Dalton W. Nickerson, Jr.  Unopposed                            
2nd Vice President Vacant - No Candidate                              
Recording Secretary Gloria J. Andrews  Unopposed                            
Financial Secretary Thomas L. Neal Unopposed                            
Treasurer Linda Bennett    4 23   3 10   12  3  5 13   87
  Corinthian J. Burrell    1  3  3  3 16   4  1  1  1
Auditor  Alice Hughes Unopposed                             

NAPFE District 4

  Local  
  Candidate   402 403 405 403 407-409-414 408 410 Total
President Felix L. Bell   4 3 34 5 4 1 58
  Alton M. Crowley   1 4 25  1 1 11 45
 1st Vice President Dora D. Mapp-Austin   2 6 33 6 4 7 65
  Wilbert "Doc" L. Rainey   3 0 25 0 1 5 35
2nd Vice President Brenda King Unopposed                 
Recording Secretary Carolyn J. Adams  Unopposed                
Financial Secretary Vacant - No Candidate                  
Treasurer Agnes Shelby Unopposed                 

NAPFE District 5

  Local  
  Candidate   506-507-513 509 510 Total
President Vacant - No Candidate   4 5 41 50
 1st Vice President Judith Gettings   1 2 9 12
  Floyd Coles          
2nd Vice President Vacant - No Candidate          
Recording Secretary Vacant - No Candidate          
Financial Secretary Carol Ann Thomas Unopposed         
Treasurer Annie L. Rainey Unopposed        
Auditor  Vacant - No Candidate           

NAPFE District 6

  Candidate  
President Vacant - No Candidate  
Vice President Ronald D. Gardner Unopposed
Recording Secretary Vacant - No Candidate  
Financial Secretary Lorine DeBow Unopposed 
Treasurer Vacant - No Candidate   

NAPFE District 7

  Candidate  
President Vacant - No Candidate  
Vice President Vacant - No Candidate  
Recording / Correspondence Secretary Vacant - No Candidate  
Financial Secretary Vacant - No Candidate  
Treasurer Vacant - No Candidate  

NAPFE District 8

  Candidate  
President Wendy Kelly-Carter Unopposed 
Vice President Vacant - No Candidate  
Recording / Correspondence Secretary Jacqueline Eaton Unopposed 
Financial Secretary Kristal Corbin Unopposed 
Treasurer Herbert Hines Unopposed 

NAPFE District 9

  Candidate  
President Eric T. Sprouse Unopposed 
Vice President Lawrence B. Jones Unopposed 
Recording Secretary Jennifer D. Alexander Unopposed 
Financial Secretary Roy W. Taylor Unopposed 
Treasurer Joe Jones Unopposed 

NAPFE District 10

  Local  
  Candidate   1003 1004-1012 1014 1016 Total
President Willie James Hamilton  Unopposed          
Vice President Jeffery W. Jackson   7 1 0 38 46
  Larry E. Williams   12 4 3 3 22
  Diana M. Stanfield   3 0 3 2 8
Recording Secretary Elia Viveros   1 1 39 47 
  Amarilis Agodon   16  4 5 4 29
Financial Secretary Betty Low   1 2 38 47
  Donna S. Baxter   16  4 4 4 28
Treasurer Sharlene Garcia   1 0 38 43
  Arsenia "Renée" Ford   10  4 5 5 24
   Adrienne Nathan   0 1 1 10 
 Editor/ Public Relations Director  Deborah A. Salazar Unopposed          

 

 §1614.605 Representation and official time.

§1614.605 Representation and official time.

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(a) At any stage in the processing of a complaint, including the counseling stage 1614.105, the complainant shall have the right to be accompanied, represented, and advised by a representative of complainant's choice.

(b) If the complainant is an employee of the agency, he or she shall have a reasonable amount of official time, if otherwise on duty, to prepare the complaint and to respond to agency and EEOC requests for information. If the complainant is an employee of the agency and he designates another employee of the agency as his or her representative, the representative shall have a reasonable amount of official time, if otherwise on duty, to prepare the complaint and respond to agency and EEOC requests for information. The agency is not obligated to change work schedules, incur overtime wages, or pay travel expenses to facilitate the choice of a specific representative or to allow the complainant and representative to confer. The complainant and representative, if employed by the agency and otherwise in a pay status, shall be on official time, regardless of their tour of duty, when their presence is authorized or required by the agency or the Commission during the investigation, informal adjustment, or hearing on the complaint.

(c) In cases where the representation of a complainant or agency would conflict with the official or collateral duties of the representative, the Commission or the agency may, after giving the representative an opportunity to respond, disqualify the representative.

(d) Unless the complainant states otherwise in writing, after the agency has received written notice of the name, address and telephone number of a representative for the complainant, all official correspondence shall be with the representative with copies to the complainant. When the complainant designates an attorney as representative, service of documents and decisions on the complainant shall be made on the attorney and not on the complainant, and time frames for receipt of materials by the complainant shall be computed from the time of receipt by the attorney. The complainant must serve all official correspondence on the designated representative of the agency.

(e) The Complainant shall at all times be responsible for proceeding with the complaint whether or not he or she has designated a representative.

(f) Witnesses who are Federal employees, regardless of their tour of duty and regardless of whether they are employed by the respondent agency or some other Federal agency, shall be in a duty status when their presence is authorized or required by Commission or agency officials in connection with a complaint.

On August 14, 1992, the delegates to the 40th Biennial National Convention in New York City, by unanimous decision, voted to establish the NAPFE Endowment Fund. This was a spectacular moment in the history of this union. More than $20,000 was pledged by the convention delegates.

The fund is to be endowed by voluntary contributions from Alliance members to provide financial security for the National Alliance. The goal is to raise $1 million or more in a two-year period with only the interest being used and not the principal.

Read More: NAPFE Endowment Fund

NATIONAL ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

National President

Wilbur L. Duncan

Unopposed

1st Vice President

Janice F. Robinson

Unopposed

2nd Vice President

Gale R. Thames

Unopposed

Secretary 77

Noel V.S. Murrain

Unopposed

Treasurer-Comptroller    

Warren E. Powell

Unopposed

Editor

Ernestine Watts Taylor

Unopposed

DISTRICT ONE ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President

No Candidate

 

Vice President

No Candidate

 

1st Vice President

No Candidate

 

2nd Vice President

No Candidate

 

Recording Secretary

No Candidate

 

Financial Secretary

No Candidate

 

Treasurer

No Candidate

 

DISTRICT TWO ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President                 

No Candidate

 

Vice President                   

No Candidate

 

Recording Secretary        

No Candidate

 

Financial Secretary

No Candidate

 

Treasurer

Deborah T. Dowden

Unopposed

DISTRICT THREE ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE (*DENOTES WINNER)

RESULTS

President

Harvey Orr*

131

President

Samuel L. Lovett, Sr.

63

1st Vice President

Dalton W. Nickerson Jr.

Unopposed

2nd Vice President

(Non Postal Position)

No Candidate

 

Recording Secretary

Brenda Price

Unopposed

Financial Secretary

Felicia Williams

Unopposed

Treasurer

Linda Bennett

Unopposed

Editor

Alice Hughes

Unopposed

DISTRICT FOUR ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President

Felix L. Bell Sr.       

Unopposed

1st Vice President

Dora Mapp- Austin

Unopposed

2nd Vice President

(Non Postal Position)                     

Brenda J. King

Unopposed

Recording Secretary

Carolyn Adams       

Unopposed

Financial Secretary

Margie Carter-James

Unopposed

Treasurer

Agnes Shelby

Unopposed

DISTRICT FIVE ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President

No Candidate

 

1st Vice President

Floyd Coles

Unopposed

2nd   Vice President

Linda D. Burton

Unopposed

Recording Secretary        

No Candidate

 

Financial Secretary

Carol Thomas       

Unopposed        

Treasurer

Annie Rainey

Unopposed

Auditor

No Candidate

 

DISTRICT SIX ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President

No Candidate

 

Vice President

No Candidate

 

Recording Secretary

No Candidate

 

Financial Secretary

No Candidate

 

Treasurer

No Candidate

 

DISTRICT EIGHT ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President

Rev. Wendy Kelly-Carter   

Unopposed

Vice President

Raymond Gray        

Unopposed

Recording/Corresponding Secretary

Jacqueline Eaton

Unopposed

Financial Secretary

Kristal Corbin

Unopposed

Treasurer

Herbert Hines

Unopposed

DISTRICT NINE ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President

Eric Sprouse

Unopposed

Vice President

No Candidate

 

Recording Secretary

Eugenia L. Sims

Unopposed

Financial Secretary

Roy W. Taylor

Unopposed

Treasurer

Joe W. Jones

Unopposed

DISTRICT TEN ELECTION

POSITION

CANDIDATE

RESULTS

President

Zepuor Babain

Unopposed

Vice President

Sharlene C. Garcia

Unopposed

Recording Secretary

Elia Viveros

Unopposed

Financial Secretary

Betty Low

Unopposed

Treasurer

Jeff Jackson

Unopposed

Director Public Relations/Editor

No Candidate

 

Hazardous working conditions, discrimination, self determination and the need for job protection were the key elements for the establishment of the National Alliance of Postal Employees in 1913 by 35 black railway mail clerks who met at the foot of Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, Tennessee to form a union for the immediate purpose of preventing the elimination of blacks from the railway mail service. At the time of the National Alliance's founding, the practices and policies of the existing craft unions excluded blacks from their membership. This attitude persisted well into the sixties. Since its October 6, 1913 founding, the Alliance, which was the first industrial union in the federal service, has kept its doors open to all eligible persons regardless of race, sex, creed or religion-- a factor which distinguishes NAPFE from the old line craft unions in the postal and federal service.

Read More: History of NAPFE

Our Mission

  • A union of people who serve the nation as rank and file employees in the federal and/or postal service
  • Our motto: "Ad Mortem Fidelis" (Faithful unto Death)
  • Working together to eliminate discrimination and injustice in the federal service.
  • Committed to promoting efficiency and welfare in the federal service.
  • Discovering the needs of each agency of sharing its "talent bank" of qualified members with Federal Agencies.
  • Fighting for the right for any American citizen to hold any job and position for which he or she is qualified or can be trained to handle; the right to that training; the right to promotion to higher skilled work; and the end to unsanitary, unsafe and low paying work.
Read More: NAPFE Mission