John Hall is one of four general vice presidents of CUPE BC. He was elected in May 2015, after serving several terms as a Regional Vice President. John has worked at School District #73 in Kamloops for 17 years and has served as President of CUPE Local 3500 for the past 10 years. He also is the Secretary-Treasurer of the Kamloops and District Labour Council, a member of the K-12 Presidents' Council and has chaired both the CUPE BC Transportation Committee and Young Workers' Task Force.
Cindy McQueen is a General Vice President and a member of the Strong Communities Working Group. She is also the President of CUPE Local 389, a composite local covering schools, libraries, social services and municipalities in North Vancouver. Cindy has been on Local 389’s executive since 1991 as custodial and maintenance rep, recording secretary, and vice president. Cindy has been president of her local since 1998. She is the Chair of CUPE BC’s K-12 committee and CUPE BC’s Anti Contracting Out Committee, and also serves as co-chair of CUPE National’s Contracting Out and Privatization Coordinating Committee.
General Vice President, CUPE BC
Alison is a member of Local 2769 and is Vice-President of her local.
She has been active in her local for the last 10 years and has also served as a Secretary and Shop Steward.
Alison has also been the Communications Chair for the Vancouver Island District Council for the last 5 years.
She enjoys many hobbies, especially crochet and is a Youth and Child Care worker for SD#84.
Karen Ranalletta is one of four general vice presidents of CUPE BC and an officer of the BC Federation of Labour. Karen is President of CUPE 2950 (representing 1500+ clerical and library workers at the University of British Columbia) and the chair of the local's Education Committee. She is also a member of the Contract Committee, a health and safety steward and delegate to the CUPE Metro and District Council. In 2010 she became a member facilitator and at the 2011 CLC Convention she discovered a passion for pensions and was appointed to the CUPE BC Pension Committee later that year. Karen has also chaired the Library and Technology and Communications Committees of CUPE BC.