José Amill Appointed as IAM Organizing Special Representative

IAM International President Brian Bryant has appointed José Amill as an IAM Organizing Special Representative. The appointment was effective March 1, 2024.

Amill’s dedication to his community and peers has been evident throughout his career. Starting as Chief Steward for District 98, Local 2367, he tirelessly advocated for the rights and well-being of fellow workers. His commitment and leadership qualities quickly propelled him to the position of Vice President within the same local lodge.

His journey continued to evolve as he embraced the role of a Union Organizer at District 98 in the Eastern Territory, where he worked diligently to empower workers and strengthen the labor movement. Amill’s expertise and tenacity earned him the position of Grand Lodge Associate Organizer within the IAM Organizing Department, where he continues to champion the rights and interests of workers across various industries.

“José’s unwavering commitment to the labor movement and his tireless efforts are truly inspiring,” said IAM International President Brian Bryant. “We are fortunate to have him as an IAM Organizing Special Representative, and I am confident that he will help grow our great union.” 

Amill’s commitment to personal and professional development is evident in his achievements, including diplomas/certificates from the William Winpisinger Education and Technology Center for successful completion of programs such as Leadership and Organizing. His dedication to continuous learning further highlights his passion for the labor movement.

Amill’s bilingual proficiency in Spanish and English enables him to connect with and support a diverse range of workers and communities, making him an invaluable asset to the IAM.

“We welcome José to our strong organizing team,” said IAM Organizing Director Mike Evans. “We look forward to witnessing the impact he will make in his new role. His experience will help keep us as one of the top organizing unions in the labor movement.” 

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