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           Randy L. Erwin
          National President

  
  

 

Randy Erwin serves as the National President of the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE), IAMAW.

Randy began his career with the NFFE in 2001. He joined NFFE Federal Lodge 2 in Washington, D.C. and eventually became president of his local. He served three terms in that capacity. Randy served three years as the Assistant to NFFE National President Richard Brown before becoming NFFE’s legislative director in 2005. For over a decade, he served as a public spokesperson and the chief legislative advocate for NFFE. He began serving as executive director in November of 2014. 

During his tenure, Randy has been a tireless advocate for federal workers on Capitol Hill and with the Administration. He played a key role in halting the rampant outsourcing of federal jobs, repealing the anti-worker National Security Personnel System at the Department of Defense, and protecting federal workers from countless attacks in Congress. He has been quoted in major national papers such as the Washington Post, New York Times, and Los Angeles Times.

Randy is active in the local labor community. He serves on the executive board of Northern Virginia Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO. 

Randy grew up in Miami, FL.  He earned his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.  In 2007, he earned a master’s degree at Georgetown studying public policy. In 2012, he earned a MBA/MA in Government dual-degree at Johns Hopkins University. He lives with his wife, Priscilla, in Arlington, VA.

 


  Dave Stamey   
  National Secretary-Treasurer



Dave Stamey serves as Secretary-Treasurer of the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) IAMAW. 


Dave is a 24-year member of NFFE starting as a federal employee with the U.S. Forest Service. During his tenure with NFFE, Dave served as a Steward, Chief Steward, Vice President and President of NFFE Local 1563.  He was also elected as Vice President to the Forest Service Council.  


Since 2009 and until his election as Secretary-Treasurer in 2016, Dave served as a National Business Representative where he negotiated 14 collective bargaining agreements at 6 different agencies, and managed numerous arbitrations and administrative proceedings (such as unfair labor practice charges) with many locals and agencies.  


Dave has a rich history as an organizer, filing petitions with the U.S. Air Force, APHIS, U.S. Forest Service and the General Services Administration.  He is an instructor at the Winpsinger Center in Hollywood, Maryland where he provides training to NFFE members on a variety issues important to labor, capitalizing on his experience at the bargaining table, grievance meetings and hearing rooms.


Dave is also an experienced advocate for federal employees and workforce issues on Capitol Hill and within the Executive Offices of the President, navigating the bureaucracy to advance the security and prosperity of federal workers.