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  • Christopher Mambu Rasch 2018 N. 2nd Street; Milwaukee, WI 53212 • 414-469-5333 • christopherrasch@gmail.com Employment History: Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals: April, 2006 to Present Milwaukee, WI Union Organizer • Led and directed healthcare organizing campaigns at Milwaukee area hospitals. • Formulated organizing plans and developed campaign messages. • Conducted outreach communication and led group meetings with workers, members and the public. • Identified, recruited, mobilized and trained worksite leaders. • Created and maintained an information management system database of 85,000 Wisconsin healthcare employees. • Researched and analyzed technical information of compensation packages for union and non-union workers used for framing messages on organizing campaigns. AFSCME Council 31: October, 2001 to March, 2006 Chicago, IL Union Organizer • Consistently won organizing drives that produced over 1,500 newly organized members. • Led organizing campaign and directed staff. • Successfully organized workers at the Illinois Tollway Authority and negotiated legal issues of the Illinois State Labor Relations Act with the Illinois Tollway Authority regarding the legal appropriateness of the bargaining unit make-up. • Worked with the Legal Counsel and successfully strategized and testified for a litigation case in Washington D.C. • Worked with the legal team to strategize for ULP charge hearings and testified at numerous hearings. • During de-certification petition of 1,700 Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court members, represented members with contract issues and local union matters. Wisconsin Citizen Action: March, 2000 to September, 2001 Milwaukee, WI Dane County Labor Electoral Coalition: Labor Electoral Coordinator • Coordinated the AFL-CIO Labor 2000 political effort for the 2nd Congressional District. • Developed, implemented, coordinated and oversaw the Dane County Labor Electoral Coalition’s membership communication program for 40 union locals for the spring and fall 2000 elections. • Trained local union coordinators and activists for member to member and volunteer programs. • Executed a voter registration drive of 750 newly registered union members. • Developed literature for direct mail member communication and oversaw phone banks. Health Care Task Force Community Organizer • Assisted in public relations and wrote press releases for the prescription drug bill “Wisconsin Care” which was later enacted as “SeniorCare”. • Conducted trainings and communicated with members and the public on the prescription drug bill. • Assisted in legislative outreach to build support for the prescription drug bill. • Staffed the Health Care Task Force.
  • Campaign Finance Reform Organizer • Obtained support from 70 judges and community leaders for the Impartial Justice Campaign Finance Reform Bill. Wisconsin State Senate Sergeant at Arms: February, 1999 to February, 2000 Madison, WI 53707 State Senate Messenger • Staffed Senate floor periods and committees. Garvey/Lawton Gubernatorial Campaign: June, 1998 to November, 1998 Madison, WI UW Madison Student Coordinator • Coordinated the UW Madison Students for Ed Garvey and Barbara Lawton gubernatorial campaign. Education and Honors: Lomira High School - 1030 4th Street; Lomira, WI 53048: 1991 to 1995 • Diploma 1995. Carroll College - 100 North East Avenue; Waukesha, WI 53186: September, 1995 to May, 1996 • Carroll College, Dean’s List 1996. University of Wisconsin, Fond du Lac - 400 University Drive; Fond du Lac, WI 54935: September, 1996 to May, 1997 • University of Wisconsin, Dean’s List 1997. • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, 1997. University of Wisconsin, Madison - 716 Langdon St.; Madison, WI 53706: September, 1997 to December, 1999 • Dual degrees in Political Science and History, 1999. Badger Boys State Representative: 1994. Other Activities: Common Ground: Union Representative for Organization, 2008 to Present. Social Justice Center (Madison, WI): Previous Board Member, 2000.