Sharon DeSousa becomes National Executive Vice-President 

Following the resignation of Magali Picard, Sharon DeSousa has been named PSAC’s National Executive Vice-President (NEVP).  

As per the PSAC Constitution, in the event of a vacancy in the position of NEVP, the Alternate NEVP assumes the role. Sharon DeSousa was elected Alternate NEVP at PSAC’s 2018 National Convention. 

Sharon DeSousa leaves the position of Regional Executive Vice-President (REVP), which she has held since May 2011. After her initial election in 2011, Sharon was re-elected to a second term as REVP in June of 2014 and acclaimed at the 2017 Ontario Convention.

Sharon is a passionate and experienced leader within the labour movement, with a strong focus on grassroots activism and political action.  

Craig Reynolds Becomes REVP for Ontario 

Due to the vacancy created in the position of Ontario REVP, Craig Reynolds who was elected Alternate Ontario REVP at the 2017 Ontario Convention, will assume the role.  

Craig is an experienced activist at all levels of our union, including serving as the Local President within his local (UNE 00087), Chair of the Toronto Racially Visible Committee and has served on Ontario Regional Council for several years. He has also been very active in his component and is currently serving his second term as Assistant Regional Vice-President for the Union of National Employees, Ontario Region. 

“Both Sharon and Craig have worked tirelessly for our union,” said PSAC National President Chris Aylward. “PSAC members will be fortunate to draw on their vast experience and commitment to improving the lives of our membership.” 

September 22, 2020