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Ms. Roslyn Austin is District 12’s National Fair Practice Affinitive Action Coordinator. Roslyn is also serving as President to Local 2429 located in Los Angeles CA. She began her government serve in 1980 and is Air Force Veteran after servicing 10 years active duty service resulting in the award of an Honorable Discharge.
Roslyn went on the serve as a Department of Defense Contract Negotiator for the United States Air Force. She serves 10 years as the local 2429’s appointed Fair Practices Coordinator for Local 2429. In her role as the Fair Practice Coordinator, her primary mission was to represent over 2,000 bargaining unit employees assigned to the United States Space Force & Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), Los Angeles Air Force Base (LAAFB), the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS), El Segundo, CA, the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA), Los Angeles, CA, Non-appropriated Funded Missions Support Employees (NAF), Los Angeles AFB, CA and the Defense Contracting Management Agencies (DCMA),against all forms of discrimination.
She has spent countless hours developing programs that educate and directly benefit her membership to include how to properly file grievances, identify and document disparate treatment, harassment and discrimination, and now performs this services to AFGE District 12’s membership
Roslyn worked in partnership with local agency leadership on how to identify and reduce/eliminate unfair labor practices. She established partnerships with agency management that resulted in reduced grievances and better management to employee relationships. She has established many partnerships with her local political officials have developed a robust Political Liaison Program that provides information and is disseminated via private email and social media. Roslyn is an elected active delegate with the AFL-CIO, Los Angeles Federation of Unions. She works tirelessly with other national and local unions to strengthen the labor movement.
Roslyn was awarded the first every AFGE Veteran of the Year awardee She worked in partnership with local agency leadership on how to identify and reduce/eliminate unfair labor practices. She established partnerships with agency management that resulted in reduced grievances and better management to employee relationships trained more than 13 union stewards.
She was recognized at the 41st Triennial National Convention, The Los Angeles NAACP Youth Council “This Hero Appreciation Award”, Commendation from the County of Los Angeles in recognition of dedicated service to the affairs of the community and for the civic pride demonstrated by numerous contributions for the benefit of all the residents of Los Angeles County. She became the first person from District 12 to graduate from PORT Leadership Academy in October 2019.