Mary Kay Henry, whose goal is to continue to maintain the union''s strong political force, with hope for a meeting with President Barack Obama in the near future, was elected for her promise to "restore relations with the American labor movement," the story stated.
Until her rise to the role of president, Henry was fairly unknown in the labor union field and detractors of her appointment have cited her lack of time served in the ranks as a detriment to the union, the story noted.
Stan Lyles, a SEIU steward at NorthridgeHospitalMedical Center, said: "Mary Kay is the kind of person who can communicate and tell you the facts. She listens to the members."
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