Dorsey promoted to assistant director of industrial relations
Mike Dorsey has been promoted to the position of assistant director of industrial relations, representing The Association of Union Constructors and the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, effective Sept. 1.
Mike Dorsey was hired as manager of membership in 2006, and has been tirelessly dedicated to the needs of the union contractors, labor representatives and industrial business owners who make up our network.
Chief Executive Officer Stephen Lindauer congratulated Dorsey on the career move.
"During his tenure with us, Mike has demonstrated both an understanding of the industry's complex challenges and a commitment to the advancement of union construction," Lindauer said. "I have every confidence he will excel in this new role, and look forward to relying on him as an integral component of our labor relations team."
A Washington, D.C., native from a union Boilermaker family, Dorsey is well-versed in union life. He was previously the union liaison for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, and, prior to that, a program manager with the Building Trade Department's safety and health arm, the Center to Protect Workers' Rights. While in college, he worked out of Elevator Constructors Local 10 as a mechanic's helper.
Dorsey maintains professional membership with the American Society of Association Executives, and holds a bachelor of arts degree in marketing from Radford University in Virginia.
August 31, 2009