Administrative Clerk, City of L.A. Cultural Affairs
You’d be hard pressed to find someone more focused on the concept of “giving back” than 53-year-old Rafael Cabrera. A regular at Local 3090 meetings, Cabrera works as an administrative clerk in the City of Los Angeles’ Cultural Affairs division.
Senior Administrative Clerk, LAPD
Not all police heroes wear badges. Local 3090 member Williana Johnson has served the public working for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) since 2007. She began her career as an administrative clerk and recently secured a promotion to senior administrative clerk. A “Jill-of-all-trades” in the department’s personnel division, she regularly assists sworn officers, civilian employees and visitors alike with employment verification, personnel package verification and miscellaneous clerical duties.
Police Dispatcher, LAPD
If you're in an emergency, it's people like Local 3090 member Robin Van Ness, 54, who are there to help.
For the last 30 years, she has been a police dispatcher for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), handling police calls and alarm notifications.
Administrative Clerk, Los Angeles Public Library
Local 3090 member Tony Jordan, 52, has spent nearly half his life as an administrative clerk in the West Los Angeles branch of the city’s public library. With 20 years on the job interacting with the public, processing and checking out materials, he enjoys being a familiar face to patrons.
Clerk Typist, Dept. of Building and Safety
Tatia Wade is a clerk typist for the City's Dept. of Building and Safety. With 20 years on the job, she is very good at what she does.
Sure, Wade can type better than 90-words-per-minute when she last tested. And her big smile is always welcoming anyone who needs her help.
Accounting Clerk I, Office of Finance, City of Los Angeles
When Jeff Slottow heads in to work, he drops in from the rafters on a thin wire, then keys in a secret code to open a vault, all the while being careful not to trigger the most sophisticated alarm system in the world. Okay, maybe that was Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible, but as an accounting professional working in the City's Dept. of Finance, Slottow does in fact operate a double-custody vault first thing every morning for the City of Los Angeles.