A brand new executive director has been declared by the biggest Vermont retired teachers association.
The Vermont retired teachers association NEA represents about 12,000 public instruction workers, according to the organization the of ‘s web site The union is active in state politics and recommended during a contract dispute that verged on a strike for Burlington teachers.
Ensuring great working conditions so that Vermont’s pupils can flourish, helping them protect their rights, affect their profession, and “For the previous 15 years, I ‘ve been honored to work on behalf of Vermont’s teachers,” Fannon said in a statement. “I ‘m excited to head a committed staff of individuals whose dedication to our members is second to-none.”
Fannon lives with his own wife, Sharon Winn, as well as their two kids in Adamant, the union said.