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Updated On: Mar 18, 2014

AFT-Wisconsin is a labor organization representing 17,000 public employees in the state of Wisconsin. Formerly called the Wisconsin Federation of Teachers (WFT), AFT-Wisconsin is a Wisconsin chapter of the American Federation of Teachers. Started primarily as a teachers' union with 1,400 members in 1931, AFT-Wisconsin has grown exponentially and today represents many diverse professionals with over 500 job classifications.

Membership at AFT-Wisconsin is organized into Local Unions, each Local Union representing workers in a specific area.

Graduate Employees

Council Chair: Dan Liu,

Higher Education

Council Chair: Doug Savage,

PK-12 Teachers

Council Chairs:

Paraprofessional and School-Related Personnel

Council Chair: Dawn Konze,
Council Vice Chair: Kurt Calrson,
Council Secretary: Christine Heneke,


Council Chair: Kathy Monaghan,


State Employees

Council Chair: Greg Georg,

Wisconsin Technical College System

Council Chair: Michael Gradinjan,



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Just Dining Guide

The Workers’ Rights Center (WRC) has launched a project in partnership with the Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice (ICWJ) focused on working conditions in central Madison restaurants. They have produced a guide to central Madison restaurants that informs customers and workers about the wages, hours, and working conditions for people who cook, prepare, and serve food.

The guide highlights employers who are going the extra mile to provide good quality, family supporting jobs in our community. It makes it easy for customers and workers to be able to compare and contrast the various restaurants in downtown Madison.

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