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Hoyer Reflects on Kelley's Retirement

House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer (Md.) released the following statement:

"For sixteen years, Colleen Kelley has provided NTEU with principled and skilled leadership, and I join in thanking her for her service to federal employees and to our country. Having served with distinction at the Internal Revenue Service and in a number of NTEU leadership roles – including as President of NTEU Chapter 34 in her hometown of Pittsburgh – Colleen brought to her national presidency a wealth of experience and a keen understanding of the challenges facing federal employees across the country.

"I’m proud to represent more than 62,000 federal employees in Congress, and I have been fortunate to work closely with Colleen for many years. More

NTEU President to Retire After 16 Years of Visionary Leadership

President Colleen M. Kelley

NTEU National President Colleen M. Kelley will be retiring following the union’s 2015 National Convention in August.

In a memo sent to NTEU Chapter Presidents, President Kelley thanked the NTEU leaders saying she was "in awe every day" of the work they do against great odds. She wrote that she believes NTEU is well-positioned to make a transition this summer: "I am proud of my NTEU career and the state of our union today … as much as I love my role and our union, I will not be seeking re-election to a fifth term as NTEU National President."

Kelley said she will be retiring to spend time with her family in Pittsburgh. An election will be held at the NTEU convention later this summer to replace her. More

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