Your Master Executive Council (MEC) conducted interviews this week for the position of MEC Air Safety, Health, & Security Committee (ASHSC) Vice Chairperson. We would like to thank the candidates who expressed a willingness to serve. After thorough consideration, the MEC has selected Yvette Satterlee for the position.
Yvette brings to this position an extensive background in health, safety and advocacy as a retired Registered Nurse of 20 years. Many of you may know her from her work with the TwinHill uniform, where she created and maintained a detailed database of those affected. During the 3-year process, she reached out to close to 800 Flight Attendants while strongly advocating for a safe and healthy work environment.
She is not new to Union work and is finishing her second term as MEC Secretary-Treasurer, where she has applied her attention to detail, discipline in maintaining documentation, and focus on communication and follow-through. Yvette says she is looking forward to following her passion in her new role as MEC ASHSC Vice Chairperson.
In her role as MEC ASHSC Vice Chairperson, Yvette will work closely with the MEC ASHSC Chairperson, Local ASHSC Chairpersons and inflight management to represent and advocate for Flight Attendants in all areas related to safety, health, and security-related matters with a focus on cabin air quality issues. Her term of appointment is concurrent with the term of the MEC Officers and she reports to MEC ASHSC Chairperson Seth Heiple.
Your MEC – Jeffrey Peterson, Brian Palmer, Yvette Satterlee, Lisa Pinkston, Laura Masserant, Cathy Gwynn, Tim Green, Brice McGee and MEC ASHSC Chairperson Seth Heiple