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AFSCME is the nation’s largest and fastest growing public services employees union with more than 1.6 million active and retired members. AFSCME’s members provide the vital services that make America happen. We are nurses, corrections officers, child care providers, EMTs, sanitation workers and more. With members in hundreds of different occupations, AFSCME advocates for fairness in the workplace, excellence in public services and prosperity and opportunity for all working families.
AFSCME is a union comprised of a diverse group of people who share a common commitment to public service. For us, serving the public is not just a job, it’s a calling. An important part of our mission is to advocate for the vital services that keep our families safe and make our communities strong. We also advocate for prosperity and opportunity for all of America’s working families. We not only stand for fairness at the bargaining table — we fight for fairness in our communities and in the halls of government.

How AFSCME Works

AFSCME has approximately 3,400 local unions and 58 councils and affiliates in 46 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Every local writes its own constitution, designs its own structure, elects its own officers and sets its own dues.
The International Union, based in Washington, DC, coordinates the union’s actions on major national issues such as privatization, fair taxes and health care. The International also provides resources to councils and local unions for organizing, bargaining, political action and education, and administers members-only benefits. Every two years, delegates to AFSCME’s International Convention decide on the union’s basic policies.  Every four years they elect the International Union’s President, Secretary-Treasurer and 35 regional vice president

President Viviene Dixon Shim

AFSCME Local 1363 is the sole representative at Jackson Health System for technical and support services employees. We represent over 5,000 health care workers, at Jackson Health System we work night and day to provide quality care for Miami Dade County residents. In hospital, clinics, long-term care facilities and other
practice setting we are LPN’s, nurse’s aides, dietary and food services Workers, custodians, secretaries, technicians, maintenance workers and security.
“We are Jackson”
AFSCME members are dedicated public employees who make our Local, County, government run smoothly in key administrative and support
offices including budget and finance, information technology and security. AFSCME Local 1363 is committed to providing its members with
a save working environment, good benefit, fair wages and promote positive relationship with management. AFSCME negotiates on behalf of its members a fair union contract to protect its member’s rights. We sincerely hope you find our Web site informative and useful. We hope you  take a minute and Give us constructive feedback.
In Solidarity,

AFSCME Local 1363
Executive Board

Secretary Treasurer

Mishell Warner Vice President

Chanel Charles Recording Secretary

Stephanie White Secretary Treasurer

Donny Dandy E- Board Member

Willie Pouncy Jr.

Willie Pouncy Jr. E- Board Member

Jeffrey Gibbs

Sergant Of Arms Jeffery Gibbs


William Orange Trustee

Robyn Riggins

Robyn Riggins E- Board Member

Jennifer Murray Trustee